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This is an English grammar 101. This helps the students to learn grammar slowly from basic to advanced. It has exercises, a pre-assessment, a cumulative test,, a final assessment.

This is an English grammar 101. This helps the students to learn grammar slowly from basic to advanced. It has exercises, a pre-assessment, a cumulative test,, a final assessment.

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    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSEBANK OFGRAMMAR 101Exercises aboutEnglishBy: J. Morillo  Words and Phrases  Clauses  Verb Tense and Verbal Patterns  Sentences Page 1
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE BANK OF GRAMMAR 101 Exercises about English By: J. MorilloSchool: ________________________________ Page 2 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSECopyright 2009 Philippine National LibraryJose B. MorilloAll rights reservedNo part of this book may be reproducedin any form or by any mean withoutpermission from the author either electronicallyor manually.Cover design by:J. MorilloPrinted and published by:JM Publishing HouseBacoor, Cavite, PhilippinesSchool: ________________________________ Page 3 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE VOL. 1: WORDS & PHRASES “To know wisdom and instruction and to perceive the words of understanding…” -Proverbs 1:2School: ________________________________ Page 4 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE TEST FORM: WPE 1 Pre-assessment Test 1NAME DATE SCORE PERCENTAGE________________________________________ ____________ _______ __________Last First MiddleCATEGORY: SUPERVISED BY Teacher: ______________________________W&P ___ Clause ___ VTVP ___ VFSPPAGE NO. NO.OF ITEM VENUE: TIME STARTED: TIME FINISHED:__________ ___________ ____________ _______________ ________________PURPOSE FOR TAKING THIS EXAM: SCHOOL:___ Assessment _____Exam _____ Others _____________________________________1 282 293 304 315 326 337 348 359 3610 3711 3812 3913 4014 4115 4216 4317 4418 4519 4620 4721 4822 4923 5024 5125 5226 5327 54School: ________________________________ Page 5 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE WPE 1: PRE-ASSESSMENT TEST 1As part of grammar-learning, it is a must that you try to getthis pre-assessment test to determine how much of languageprinciples about words and phrases you can still remember.THE OBJECTIVES:  To know the threshold of your grammar-understanding  To pinpoint the area of your weakness and strength  To use the result as basis for evaluation  To use the outcome for further development of this lessonERGON (50 POINTS)Read each question below and do as directed. The answer to eachsentence may include more than one word or phrase.1-5: Choose the verb(s) in each sentence below by underliningthem.1. Sea-travel is a great thing to experience.2. The Captain will be inspecting the cabin anytime.3. The shipments were removed from the deck.4. The Housekeeping Department prepared and ensured cleanliness to passengers.5. Each staff of the Housekeeping Department is now being required to observe excellence.6-10: Choose the subject(s) of the verb below by underliningthem.6. The Assistant Chief Housekeeper is part of the team.7. The Floor Supervisor and Housekeeping Staff were passenger ship‟s steam.8. A large crowd will be boarding the ship.9. On the way to destination, the ship was watched and cheered.10. Red, white, and blue flags were raised in the center pole.11-15: Choose the adjectives found in the following sentences byunderlining them. The Housekeeping Department ensures excellent services.11. Its standard should be the same as in any five star hotels on land.12. The Department is divided into main divisions and smaller sections.13. The laundry section supports both these divisions and functions round the clock.School: ________________________________ Page 6 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE14. The ship was cruising the Pacific Ocean.16-20: Select the one-word adverb found in each sentence byunderlining them.15. The captain shouted loudly, “Abandon ship!”16. Our security team shall never cease to guard.17. The game was thoroughly enjoyed by the passengers.18. The team‟s best dancer often dances gracefully.19. Our team will certainly win this game on the floor.21-25: For each sentence: 1) choose the prepositional phrase ineach sentence, and 2) choose below the sentence whether thephrase in the sentence is an adjective phrase or an adverbialphrase by underlining them.20. The Assistant Chief Housekeeper with a good performance has been promoted. (adjective phrase) (adverbial phrase)21. The ship was ordered to speed up towards its destination.(adjective phrase) (adverbial phrase)22. Maintaining the cleanliness of the ship, the Assistant Chief Housekeeper inspected the cabin. (adjective phrase) (adverbial phrase)23. The Head Room Steward on the door yelled, “Hurry up!”(adjective phrase) (adverbial phrase)24. The Cabin Steward swiped the floor and brought out the garbage to the bin. (adjective phrase) (adverbial phrase)26-35: choose the correct word of comparison in the followingsentences by underlining them.25. This product is (better) (best) than that product.26. Of all their ideas, this idea is the (more) (most) outrageous.27. Alice is the (smarter) (smartest) of the two.28. Of the two Assistant Cabin Stewards, who is the (more) (most) efficient?29. Jill is (less) (least) skillful than John.30. I choose the applicant who has the (lesser) (least) error in grammar.31. His test score shall be the (higher) (highest) among the test-takers.33. His T-shirt has the (best) (better) quality print- out than the rest of us.34. This soup is the (creamier) (creamiest) than the rest that I have tasted in this competition.35.This class has (better) (best) English communication studies than the previous ones.School: ________________________________ Page 7 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE36-50: Read the sentence and name the grammatical function of eachword: The automated election in the Philippines has now 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 provided speedy results with some positive remarks. 44 45 46 47 48 49 50CHOOSE YOUR ANSWER FROM THE FOLLOWING ITEMS BELOW:noun, pronoun, verb, adverb, adjective, adverb, preposition,interjection, infinitive, conjunction, object of thesentence, object of the preposition.----------------School: ________________________________ Page 8 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE Drills about: WORDS (Parts of Speech)School: ________________________________ Page 9 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE TEST FORM: WPE 2NAME DATE SCORE PERCENTAGE________________________________________ ____________ _______ __________Last First MiddleCATEGORY: SUPERVISED BY Teacher: ______________________________W&P ___ Clause ___ VTVP ___ VFSPPAGE NO. NO.OF ITEM VENUE: TIME STARTED: TIME FINISHED:__________ ___________ ____________ _______________ ________________PURPOSE FOR TAKING THIS EXAM: SCHOOL:___ Assessment _____Exam _____ Others _____________________________________1 282 293 304 315 326 337 348 359 3610 3711 3812 3913 4014 4115 4216 4317 4418 4519 4620 4721 4822 4923 5024 5125 5226 5327 54School: ________________________________ Page 10 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE WPE 2: VERB FUNCTION NO.1LEXIn this exercise all verbs show action. Therefore, a verb is anaction word. It shows what the subject is doing.MORPH“Students write,” write is an action word; it is therefore, averb. You may notice that it appears immediately after thesubject, “students.” Here are other examples: He drives… Sheeats… They talk…. All underlined words are verbs.ERGON (30 POINTS)Below are groups of common word patterns with an action verb ineach word group. Select the action verb in each number.1. captain orders; crew follows; follow the radar;2. waves grow; sound the whistle; birds fly;3. swim with dolphins; passengers smile; crews frown;4. cooks cook; stewardess cleans; bell Captain supervises;5. clouds rain… winds blow… thunder roars…6. waves grow; number increases; increase your skills;7. it ends; you start; he does;8. talk to Room Service Attendant; attendants talk; he talks;9. he swims; I walk; who walks;10. that starts; which departs; convince your father;11. whoever claims; we decide; you refrain;12. clean the galley; mop the floor; dry the alley;13. Mrs. Jones signs for a tour; Mr. Smith withdraws his schedule;14. captains meet always; the crews speak often;15. the ship travels; the cook cooks; the guard guards;16. the laundry piles up; he files the document; he documented the offense;17. attendant attends; the show showed the program; you decide;18. the ship sounds the alarm; he alarmed the passengers;19. see the sun quickly; the beautiful sun rises; the sun shines brightly;20. I learn faster; learn the story; we met; meat is good;21. she walks; they argue; he moves; moves are bad;22. painter paints; singer sings; boxer boxes; singers vocalizes;23. it is bad; he badmouths; lights are beautiful;24. he waits; waiters serve; services were improving;School: ________________________________ Page 11 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE25. you come; he comes; here come the bride and groom;26. it shines; shining ring is expensive;27. it was good; if he were here; he can drive; he could;28. they may do it; he can sing; you try;29. he had it not; they have had it; he will be giving;30. he could have not done it; he may have forgotten; open the door; ----------o0o----------School: ________________________________ Page 12 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE TEST FORM: WPE 3NAME DATE SCORE PERCENTAGE________________________________________ ____________ _______ __________Last First MiddleCATEGORY: SUPERVISED BY Teacher: ______________________________W&P ___ Clause ___ VTVP ___ VFSPPAGE NO. NO.OF ITEM VENUE: TIME STARTED: TIME FINISHED:__________ ___________ ____________ _______________ ________________PURPOSE FOR TAKING THIS EXAM: SCHOOL:___ Assessment _____Exam _____ Others _____________________________________1 282 293 304 315 326 337 348 359 3610 3711 3812 3913 4014 4115 4216 4317 4418 4519 4620 4721 4822 4923 5024 5125 5226 5327 54School: ________________________________ Page 13 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE WPE 3: VERB FUNCTION NO.2LEXThis is the continuation of study about verb. Most of verbs arewords that show action. They show outward manifestation ofaction; something observable like “handed,” and “write.”MORPHLet us see an example about their function. In the sentence, Thecontestant sings on the stage. The word “sings” is an actionverb. Let us have another example, “He reads the Bible.” Sheattends the service every Sunday.” The pastor preaches on thepulpit.” All subjects must have verbs and these verbs appearright after their subjects.ERGON (30 POINTS)Below are listed many groups of common word patterns with anaction verb in each word group. Select the action verb in eachword group by underlining them.1. The attendant handed the towel.2. The masseurs smiled at the customer.3. He gave a tip.4. The fitness director showed the dance step.5. The crew shifted routine assignment.6. He wrote his report to the Captain.7. She sang a song to the passengers.8. The Assistant Chief Housekeeper has been promoted.9. Racing to the cabin, the Floor Supervisor met the staff.10. The Head Room Steward is involved in cleaning.11. While cleaning the tables, he smiled to the passengers.12. In the floor, they played with cards.13. The team of housekeepers walked towards the alley.14. The crew sailed the boat.15. The Laundry Supervisor gathered the garments.16. Although without an experience, he was accepted as a laundry man.17. Some verbs show action. Other verbs do not show action.18. The applicant will need to have some basic knowledge in English.19. They listened carefully to the instructions.20. But then again, it is always an advantage to be fluent in English.21. He learns fast.22. Go and make disciples of all nations.23. Why do you wait here?24. You should have listened well.25. If he were told about this.School: ________________________________ Page 14 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE26. The teacher may have had been trying hard.27. Can he be forgiven?28. Could it be done?29. Because it is not right.30. The congregation was singing beautifully. ----------o0o----------School: ________________________________ Page 15 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE TEST FORM: WPE 4NAME DATE SCORE PERCENTAGE________________________________________ ____________ _______ __________Last First MiddleCATEGORY: SUPERVISED BY Teacher: ______________________________W&P ___ Clause ___ VTVP ___ VFSPPAGE NO. NO.OF ITEM VENUE: TIME STARTED: TIME FINISHED:__________ ___________ ____________ _______________ ________________PURPOSE FOR TAKING THIS EXAM: SCHOOL:___ Assessment _____Exam _____ Others _____________________________________1 282 293 304 315 326 337 348 359 3610 3711 3812 3913 4014 4115 4216 4317 4418 4519 4620 4721 4822 4923 5024 5125 5226 5327 54School: ________________________________ Page 16 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE WPE 4: VERB FUNCTION NO.3LEXOther forms of verbs are called “state-of-being” verbs. Theydon‟t show action which you can see being performed outwardly.They are processed in the mind of the person. Sometimes they arecalled linking verbs.MORPH“She is a fashion designer,” “is” refers to state-of-being verb(linking). Other forms of these verbs are: That man loves toeat. The teacher thinks of recess. The students prefer toparticipate. All underlined words are state-of-being verbs.Although they are not seen outwardly, they are processed in themind.ERGON(30 POINTS)Below are listed many groups of sentences with a state-of-beingverb. Select the state-of-being verbs by underlining them.1. Being the captain, I am an important person.2. We are sea-travelers.3. You are a great seaman.4. They were the best team of Service Attendants.5. I am a stewardess.6. The weather is cold.7. The quarterback was the best player.8. That man is the Assistant Chief Housekeeper.9. We are at Atlantic Ocean.10. We were the best mariners.11. They are team members.12. This is my noble work.13. This was your performance before.14. We are your Utility Cleaners.15. Yu were the best Cabin Attendant.16. She is our best Laundry Supervisor.17. The work for the day is over.18. I am the Pool Attendant.19. We finally are here in the port.20. He was the best mariner.21. He is almighty.22. On that Christmas eve, the Savior was born.23. The angels were many.24. He thinks aggressively.25. Jesus was born in the manger.26. Joseph and Mary were obedient servants.27. Jesus means Emmanuel.School: ________________________________ Page 17 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE28. God is with us.29. The world has the glory of God, again.30. God is good. ----------o0o----------School: ________________________________ Page 18 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE TEST FORM: WPE 5NAME DATE SCORE PERCENTAGE________________________________________ ____________ _______ __________Last First MiddleCATEGORY: SUPERVISED BY Teacher: ______________________________W&P ___ Clause ___ VTVP ___ VFSPPAGE NO. NO.OF ITEM VENUE: TIME STARTED: TIME FINISHED:__________ ___________ ____________ _______________ ________________PURPOSE FOR TAKING THIS EXAM: SCHOOL:___ Assessment _____Exam _____ Others _____________________________________1 282 293 304 315 326 337 348 359 3610 3711 3812 3913 4014 4115 4216 4317 4418 4519 4620 4721 4822 4923 5024 5125 5226 5327 54School: ________________________________ Page 19 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE WPE 5: VERB FUNCTION NO.4LEXFrom the previous lessons, we have found out that verbs may beaction verbs or state-of-being verbs. They show outward actionand others are processed from within. Let us continue to learnthe function of state-of-being-verb and the verbs that showaction.MORPH“Fish swims.” Swims is an action word which is the verb. “Shewas happy.” The verb “was” is the state-of-being verb.They think about the lesson. The underlined word is a state-of-being verb.He returns the book to the librarian. The students discuss thelesson seriously. The teacher writes on the blackboard. Allunderlined words are verbs that show action.ERGON(30 POINTS)Select the action or state-of-being verbs in each sentence byunderlining them.1. Verbs are often in the form of action verbs.2. Some words in the sentence serve as state-of-being verbs.3. A state-of-being verb provides a fact or state.4. Grammar is a linguistic subject.5. Students now write better essays.6. Teachers teach students about grammar.7. The students are nice and studious.8. I am your teacher for accent.9. We were grammar students once.10. The class of mariners worked hard.11. The Utility Cleaners team worked hard.12. The Linen Keeper piled the clothes orderly.13. Our team of cook is the best in 5-star cruise ship.14. We win the hearts of our passengers.15. Our captains are Bill and John.16. We were the best team of Officers.17. Each class is a group of excellent students.18. The Social Hostess conducts special activities.19. I am fluent in English.20. Writing a report is a sensitive one.21. The student raised his hand.School: ________________________________ Page 20 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE22. Most of the students participated happily to the lesson.23. The dean enters the room for a brief reminder.24. The students greeted the dean.25. The teacher continues to discuss the lesson.26. Grammar is about science of words.27. Everybody needs to learn it.28. Competitiveness requires fluency in English.29. Globalization challenges security measures.30. God searches the heart of every man. ----------o0o----------School: ________________________________ Page 21 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE TEST FORM: WPE 6NAME DATE SCORE PERCENTAGE________________________________________ ____________ _______ __________Last First MiddleCATEGORY: SUPERVISED BY Teacher: ______________________________W&P ___ Clause ___ VTVP ___ VFSPPAGE NO. NO.OF ITEM VENUE: TIME STARTED: TIME FINISHED:__________ ___________ ____________ _______________ ________________PURPOSE FOR TAKING THIS EXAM: SCHOOL:___ Assessment _____Exam _____ Others _____________________________________1 282 293 304 315 326 337 348 359 3610 3711 3812 3913 4014 4115 4216 4317 4418 4519 4620 4721 4822 4923 5024 5125 5226 5327 54School: ________________________________ Page 22 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE WPE 6: VERB PHRASE FUNCTION NO.1LEXAt this point you now have an idea that verbs do not alwaysfunction alone in the sentence. There are times that they arecombined to form verb phrases. A verb phrase is two or morewords functioning as one part of speech. A verb is one of theparts of speech.MORPHIn the sentence, We are running a race. The verb phrase is “arerunning.”ERGON(30 POINTS)Below are sentences with verb phrases composed of state-of-beingverbs and action verbs. Select the verb phrase in each sentenceby underlining them.1. We are working.2. She is talking.3. He was appointed.4. They are smiling.5. I am talking.6. Passengers were resting.7. They were eating.8. Joe is lecturing.9. The Captain is walking.10. The orientation was given.11. The travel is beginning.12. I am waiting for an order.13. They were forgotten heroes.14. He is serving.15. The activity is ending.16. The sun is beautifully setting in the West.17. The passengers were gathering.18. The toast was proposed by the Captain.19. We were dispersed on time.20. I am hoping.21. The student is being taught about grammar.22. It is being done slowly.23. So that student may be guided.24. Grammar is now being learned by many people around the world.25. It has been learned by many races around the globe.26. Nine out of ten Filipinos is having problem with grammar.School: ________________________________ Page 23 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE27. Surprisingly, this number was not being addressed seriously.28. Most Filipinos are using English unscientifically.29. Nowadays, the use for unconventional English is flourishing.30. Communicating in hybrid language is very damaging academically. ----------o0o----------School: ________________________________ Page 24 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE TEST FORM: WPE 7NAME DATE SCORE PERCENTAGE________________________________________ ____________ _______ __________Last First MiddleCATEGORY: SUPERVISED BY Teacher: ______________________________W&P ___ Clause ___ VTVP ___ VFSPPAGE NO. NO.OF ITEM VENUE: TIME STARTED: TIME FINISHED:__________ ___________ ____________ _______________ ________________PURPOSE FOR TAKING THIS EXAM: SCHOOL:___ Assessment _____Exam _____ Others _____________________________________1 282 293 304 315 326 337 348 359 3610 3711 3812 3913 4014 4115 4216 4317 4418 4519 4620 4721 4822 4923 5024 5125 5226 5327 54School: ________________________________ Page 25 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE WPE 7: VERB FUNCTION NO.2LEXVerbs do not always stand alone. Often we combine state-of-beingand helping verbs with action verbs to form verb phrases. Aphrase is two or more words serving as one part of speech. Averb is one of the parts of speech.MORPHThe sentence sample is, She was walking at the alley. The verbphrase is “was walking.” They have been warned about cheating inexam. The verb phrase is “have been warned.”ERGON(30 POINTS)Below are sentences with verb phrases composed of state-of-beingverbs and action verbs. Select the verb phrase in each sentenceby underlining them.1. The horn was sounded.2. The ship was ordered to sail.3. The crews were placed to their duties.4. They should have prayed first.5. The tour should have been scheduled a day before.6. Assistant Cruise Director, Jake, could have coordinated the jobs earlier.7. A student‟s research work must be shown to the instructor.8. All students shall be given an assessment.9. The meals were served in the pan.10. The potatoes should have been mashed earlier.11. The little boy may have lost his money.12. An „A‟ student should have studied his assignment seriously.13. The meal will have been completed by nine o‟clock.14. You were being served by the head waiter.15. We shall have completed ten pages by then.16. He was singing in the shower.17. The cat was seen by Jim.18. The stranger might have been known by the police.19. The student should have known the answer.20. We shall be rewarded.21. I was told by him to practice my English.22. He has given us tips to make as many teachers as possible.23. Tuning in to an English speaking radio station is helping him.24. You should virtually participate in the discussion.School: ________________________________ Page 26 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE25. In most cases, you should spend time reading English materials.26. Books, magazines, newspapers, and novels will really help.27. They can provide students with more words to learn.28. English must be practiced regularly.29. It should be done in an increasing pace.30. The best way in learning grammar is using it like Americans. ----------o0o----------School: ________________________________ Page 27 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE TEST FORM: WPE 8NAME DATE SCORE PERCENTAGE________________________________________ ____________ _______ __________Last First MiddleCATEGORY: SUPERVISED BY Teacher: ______________________________W&P ___ Clause ___ VTVP ___ VFSPPAGE NO. NO.OF ITEM VENUE: TIME STARTED: TIME FINISHED:__________ ___________ ____________ _______________ ________________PURPOSE FOR TAKING THIS EXAM: SCHOOL:___ Assessment _____Exam _____ Others _____________________________________1 282 293 304 315 326 337 348 359 3610 3711 3812 3913 4014 4115 4216 4317 4418 4519 4620 4721 4822 4923 5024 5125 5226 5327 54School: ________________________________ Page 28 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE WPE 8: VERB PHRASE FUNCTION NO.3LEXVerbs do not always stand alone. Often we combine a verb withanother verb to form verb phrase. A phrase is two or more wordsserving as one part of speech. A verb is one of the parts ofspeech.MORPHSentence sample is, Jose Rizal has been given honor as excellentwriter by many critics. The verb phrase is “has been given.”ERGON (30 POINTS)Below are sentences with verb phrases composed of state-of-being, helping verbs, and action verbs. Select these verbphrases in each sentence by underlining them.1. Philippines was discovered by European explorers.2. Mesopotamians may have been the first explorer.3. The father has been given the honor by his children.4. He has given legacy for his children.5. The first vessel was launched in 1841.6. In 1850, the “Tiber” and “Arno” were ordered from Glasgow Yard.7. Edward Harland built the Titanic.8. He had been regarded as the unrecognized genius in shipbuilding.9. “Arno” had later become a trooper for the Crimean war.10. The ship Braganza sank immediately with the loss of 22 lives.11. Her bell had been returned to the Company by the divers.12. Nearly 125 years later, in 1994, her wreck was found.13. In 1859, Bibby Line‟s “Venetian” was built by the Belfast shipyard Harland & Wolff.14. Of the first 21 ships that were made, Bibby Line has contributed 18 of them.15. This was the history of this yard.16. Without the Bibby family, there would have never been a Harland & Wolff.17. Arthur Wilson Bibby was the guiding force of Bibby Line.18. Literally, sea-travel has been transformed by Bibby Line.19. Realizing the potential of the Burma Trade two moreSchool: ________________________________ Page 29 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE ships had been ordered, Lancashire and Yorkshire.20. Bibby ships started marking the ships with shire.21. I have been asking for ways on how to learn English fast.22. They were just telling me to use and practice it.23. The teacher is seriously telling his student about self-confidence.24. In learning the language, the student was told to trust himself.25. Motivation and learning are helping him fast to learn English.26. He had learned his lesson about English while in the province.27. Because he had been exposing himself about literature.28. So that they can focus more.29. Is he coming early?30. I do not think about negative things. ----------o0o----------School: ________________________________ Page 30 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE TEST FORM: WPE 9NAME DATE SCORE PERCENTAGE________________________________________ ____________ _______ __________Last First MiddleCATEGORY: SUPERVISED BY Teacher: ______________________________W&P ___ Clause ___ VTVP ___ VFSPPAGE NO. NO.OF ITEM VENUE: TIME STARTED: TIME FINISHED:__________ ___________ ____________ _______________ ________________PURPOSE FOR TAKING THIS EXAM: SCHOOL:___ Assessment _____Exam _____ Others _____________________________________1 282 293 304 315 326 337 348 359 3610 3711 3812 3913 4014 4115 4216 4317 4418 4519 4620 4721 4822 4923 5024 5125 5226 5327 54School: ________________________________ Page 31 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE WPE 9: NOUN FUNCTION NO.1SCORELEXWords that name a person, place or thing are nounsMORPHConsider the following nouns: The proper name Juan Dela Cruz isa person; Los Baños is a place; and a house is a thing.ERGON(30 POINTS)Below are listed many groups of words containing a noun. Selectthe noun in each group by underlining them.1. captain orders; crew follows; follow the radar;2. waves grow; sound the whistle; birds fly;3. swim with dolphins; passengers smile; crews frown;4. cooks cook; stewardess clean; bell-captain supervises;5. clouds rain; winds blow; thunder roars;6. waves grow; number increases; increase your skills;7. it ends; you start; he does;8. talk to Room Service Attendant; attendants talk; he talks;9. he swims; I walk; who walks;10. that starts; which departs; convince your father;11. whoever claims; we decide; you refrain;12. clean the galley; map the floor; dry the alley;13. Mrs. Jones signs for a tour; Mr. Smith withdraw his Schedule;14. captains meet always; the crews speak often;15. the ship travels; the cook cooks; the guard guards;16. the laundry piles up; he files the document; he documented the offense;17. attendant attends; the show showed the program; you decide;18. the ship sounds the alarm; he alarmed the passengers;19. see the sun quickly; the beautiful sun rises; the sun shines brightly;20. I learn faster; learn the story; we met; meat is good;21. cows walk; horses run; monkey climbs; running horse was here;22. you listen; he lectures; they watch; watchers are called;23. boy cries; she smiles; they look; police comes;School: ________________________________ Page 32 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE24. he brings him; he does it; it stinks;25. life starts; God creates; creature was made;26. sea is vast; rivers flows; lakes are mysterious;27. trees grow; houses were made; people live;28. light shines; air blows; heat increases; gravity suspends;29. love forgives; haters hate; evil flourishes;30. devil destroys; Jesus saves; preacher preaches; ----------o0o----------School: ________________________________ Page 33 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE TEST FORM: WPE 10NAME DATE SCORE PERCENTAGE________________________________________ ____________ _______ __________Last First MiddleCATEGORY: SUPERVISED BY Teacher: ______________________________W&P ___ Clause ___ VTVP ___ VFSPPAGE NO. NO.OF ITEM VENUE: TIME STARTED: TIME FINISHED:__________ ___________ ____________ _______________ ________________PURPOSE FOR TAKING THIS EXAM: SCHOOL:___ Assessment _____Exam _____ Others _____________________________________1 282 293 304 315 326 337 348 359 3610 3711 3812 3913 4014 4115 4216 4317 4418 4519 4620 4721 4822 4923 5024 5125 5226 5327 54School: ________________________________ Page 34 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE WPE 10: PRONOUN FUNCTION NO.1LEXWords that name a person, place or thing are nounsMORPHIt starts…They talk…She grew up - “It,” “they,” and “she” arepronouns.ERGON(20 POINTS)Below are listed many groups of words containing a noun. Selectthe noun in each group by underlining them.1. He drives; my watch; give me;2. He smiles; his boat; ask him;3. Food is mine; we talk; our team;4. It sinks; its color; you lied;5. Your gloves; shoes are yours; they met;6. Their ship; approach him; chose him;7. My book; I slept; greet him;8. He builds; his work; play his cards;9. She walks; his pencil; cap is his;10. Who lives; whose home; can see whom;11. They speak; that hoots; hoots who;12. Some are chosen; few are selected;13. Many are called; few are chosen;14. Many shall attend; few are welcome;15. Few will approve; that survive; who continue;16. Which becomes; have seen whom; whose opinion;17. The founder‟s ideas; people follow; others do not;18. Throw it; its size; it grows;19. Our story; I design; call me;20. Who will play; that shall be; which is known; ----------o0o----------School: ________________________________ Page 35 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE TEST FORM: WPE 11NAME DATE SCORE PERCENTAGE________________________________________ ____________ _______ __________Last First MiddleCATEGORY: SUPERVISED BY Teacher: ______________________________W&P ___ Clause ___ VTVP ___ VFSPPAGE NO. NO.OF ITEM VENUE: TIME STARTED: TIME FINISHED:__________ ___________ ____________ _______________ ________________PURPOSE FOR TAKING THIS EXAM: SCHOOL:___ Assessment _____Exam _____ Others _____________________________________1 282 293 304 315 326 337 348 359 3610 3711 3812 3913 4014 4115 4216 4317 4418 4519 4620 4721 4822 4923 5024 5125 5226 5327 54School: ________________________________ Page 36 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE WPE 11: SUBJECT FUNCTION NO.1LEXEach verb of a sentence has a noun or pronoun subject. Thesubject usually comes before the verb and answers the question:Who or what does this action?MORPHIn the sentence, The team won the game. The noun “team” is thesubject of the verb “won”. Who won? The “team” won.ERGON(30 POINTS)Read each sentence below and select the one-word subject of theverb by underlining them.1. In 1880, the guiding force in Bibby Line was Arthur Wilson Bibby.2. Lancashire, in 1891, recorded the best time for the run to Burma.3. The shipping magnet established superiority.4. The route gained reputation.5. The voyage is a word for sea-travel.6. Gaining reputation is hard.7. The voyage continued without disruption.8. In 1893, Bibby Line was placed on the “Government Approved” list.9. This approval gave the Bibby Line an incentive to develop passenger vessels.10. In 1092, Bibby Line climbed the ladder of success.11. The Trade Unions voted Bibby as “the ideal type of employer.”12. The whole company rejoiced about the good news.13. The team walked with pride.14. The crew sailed the boat.15. The student took pride upon hearing this truth.16. The student understood the basis of success.17. Some verbs show action.18. Bibby is the longest established shipping business among Birchalls, Blue Funnell and Booth Line.19. The ships served as hospital facility during World War I.20. Ships were used become troop ships and armed merchant cruisers.21. Because of the importance of language, the student listened attentively.22. So that they may learn it wholeheartedly, the teacher prepared an activity.School: ________________________________ Page 37 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE23. Mr. Marcial Mongaya, a seaman and a cook, stayed at the kitchen.24. Usually, the training would take 120 hours to finish.25. Did he really say that?26. Why do you think?27. In order to learn this lesson, he studied it for one straight month.28. But the process did not become easy at first.29. It has ups and downs moment like going uphill and downhill.30. Through perseverance the student succeeded. ----------o0o----------School: ________________________________ Page 38 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE TEST FORM: WPE 12NAME DATE SCORE PERCENTAGE________________________________________ ____________ _______ __________Last First MiddleCATEGORY: SUPERVISED BY Teacher: ______________________________W&P ___ Clause ___ VTVP ___ VFSPPAGE NO. NO.OF ITEM VENUE: TIME STARTED: TIME FINISHED:__________ ___________ ____________ _______________ ________________PURPOSE FOR TAKING THIS EXAM: SCHOOL:___ Assessment _____Exam _____ Others _____________________________________1 282 293 304 315 326 337 348 359 3610 3711 3812 3913 4014 4115 4216 4317 4418 4519 4620 4721 4822 4923 5024 5125 5226 5327 54School: ________________________________ Page 39 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE WPE 12: SUBJECT FUNCTION NO.2LEXEach verb of a sentence has a noun or pronoun subject. Thesubject usually comes before the verb and answers the question:Who or what does this action?MORPHExamples are: It is almost dark. She arrived late at night. Thewords “It” and “She” are the subjects of the sentence.ERGON(30 POINTS)Read each sentence below and select the subject of the verb byencircling them.1. By the end of the war, Bibby Line had carried over 200,000 British.2. It also carried 25,000 American troops.3. Because of the war, “Worcestershire” became a casualty in World War 1.4. At the outbreak of World War 2, Bibby Line was requisitioned for the war.5. All eleven ships were used for diverse civilian and military purposes.6. The “Yorkshire” replaced the ill fated WW1 “Worcestershire.”7. The second casualty was “Shropshire.”8. The Housekeeping Department is responsible for ensuring excellent services.9. Ship services are carried out smoothly to the satisfaction of the passengers.10. The Housekeeping on the ships is the same as in any five/seven star hotels on land.11. The department is divided into two main divisions.12. These are the division that looks after the comfort of the passengers.13. Rooms and cabins, comfort rooms and bathrooms are cleaned and maintained.14. Supporting both the divisions and functions on twenty-four- by-seven is the laundry section.15. The Housekeeping Department is usually staffed by concessionaire companies.16. It is specially appointed agencies from people from the world over.17. As a rule of the thumb, the English ships will prefer European and American staffs.School: ________________________________ Page 40 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE18. Other ships will prefer to recruit staffs from third world countries.19. The staffs of the Housekeeping Department are also known as the Accommodation Staff.20. The description of each position in the Housekeeping Department is very important.20. In the middle of the night, he, Mr. Smith, woke up.21. His heart beats fast.22. It seems that he knew why.23. A very big snake managed to enter the house through the window.24. He immediately called the police station for a help.25. After a few minutes, the police and snake-expert arrived to capture the animal.26. They told him to make sure to lock all windows from now on.27. Because of what happened, he developed a sleep disorder.28. But this did not last long.29. Because he was taking a medicine.30. He also asked the help of a doctor about this. ----------o0o----------School: ________________________________ Page 41 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE TEST FORM: WPE 13NAME DATE SCORE PERCENTAGE________________________________________ ____________ _______ __________Last First MiddleCATEGORY: SUPERVISED BY Teacher: ______________________________W&P ___ Clause ___ VTVP ___ VFSPPAGE NO. NO.OF ITEM VENUE: TIME STARTED: TIME FINISHED:__________ ___________ ____________ _______________ ________________PURPOSE FOR TAKING THIS EXAM: SCHOOL:___ Assessment _____Exam _____ Others _____________________________________1 282 293 304 315 326 337 348 359 3610 3711 3812 3913 4014 4115 4216 4317 4418 4519 4620 4721 4822 4923 5024 5125 5226 5327 54School: ________________________________ Page 42 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE WPE 13: SUBJECT FUNCTION NO.3LEXEach verb of a sentence has a noun or pronoun subject. Thesubject usually comes before the verb and answers the question:Who or what does this action?MORPHLook at this sentence: Bibby Line has been in the industry formore than a hundred years now. The name “Bibby Line” is thesubject of the sentence.ERGON (20 POINTS)Read each sentence below and select the one-word subject of theverb by encircling them.1. It provides basis for the daily tasks as well as evaluation.2. The Assistant Chief Housekeeper is responsible for the day- to-day administration of the Housekeeping staff.3. The incumbent would be required to have one to two years experience in hotel line in similar capacity.4. He is expected to be fluent in English communication.5. Most likely, the person can be promoted to the post of Chief Housekeeper within one or two years.6. Another important position is Floor Supervisor.7. This person would be expected to supervise the operations of a floor of cabins.8. They are helped by a battery of cabin stewards.9. The FS would report to the Chief Housekeeper for his daily tasks.10. The incumbent would be required to have experience of at least one year in a five star hotel or a ship.11. This position can be promoted to the Assistant Chief Housekeeper.12. The Head Room Steward/Stewardess is involved in cleaning, maintaining, and supervising of the passenger cabins.13. This is directed by the Floor Supervisor of the ship.14. The HRS/S will need to have some prior experience in hotel line or ships.15. A good command of English is very important.16. The incumbent can hope for a promotion to the Floor Supervisor post within two years.17. There are more positions like Cabin Steward/ Stewardess/Cabin Attendant.School: ________________________________ Page 43 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE18. For this position, the person need not have any previous experience.19. Although, work experience is always an advantage.20. Like most of the hired personnel, CS/S/CA needs to have basic operational knowledge of English. ----------o0o----------School: ________________________________ Page 44 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE TEST FORM: WPE 14NAME DATE SCORE PERCENTAGE________________________________________ ____________ _______ __________Last First MiddleCATEGORY: SUPERVISED BY Teacher: ______________________________W&P ___ Clause ___ VTVP ___ VFSPPAGE NO. NO.OF ITEM VENUE: TIME STARTED: TIME FINISHED:__________ ___________ ____________ _______________ ________________PURPOSE FOR TAKING THIS EXAM: SCHOOL:___ Assessment _____Exam _____ Others _____________________________________1 282 293 304 315 326 337 348 359 3610 3711 3812 3913 4014 4115 4216 4317 4418 4519 4620 4721 4822 4923 5024 5125 5226 5327 54School: ________________________________ Page 45 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE WPE 14: SUBJECT FUNCTION NO.4LEXBefore we can identify the subject of the verb, we must firstfind the verb and ask ourselves with Who or what does this verb?The answer is the noun or pronoun subject of the verb.MORPHIn the sentence The people sent condolences to the bereaved. Thenoun “people” is the subject and it is found before the verb.ERGON (20 POINTS)Select the subject of the verb in the following sentences byencircling them.1. In 1893, Bibby Line was place on the “Government Approved” list.2. This gave incentive to develop passenger accommodation on board the vessel.3. In 1902, by the Trade Union, Bibby Line was voted “the ideal type of employer.4. At the outbreak of WW1, where the government was in dire need of support, the Bibby Line ships were requisitioned to serve.5. It serves as hospital, troop, and armed ships6. “Oxfordshire” alone carried 53,000 wounded people during the war.7. By the end of the war, Bibby Line had carried over 200,000 British and 25,000 American troops.8. By the outbreak of WW2, eleven Bibby Line ships were requisitioned for the war.9. “Yorkshire,” which replaced WW1 “Worcestershire,” was the first casualty10. It was followed by “Shropshire.”11. Both of these ships were torpedoed and destroyed.12. In 1970s, the total tonnage of the Bibby Line exceeded one million tons.13. Sir Derek Bibby put the Bibby Line at the helm.14. Keeping the company afloat was due to Sir Derek‟s dedication.15. Through the worst years in 1970s, Sir Derek made an exhausting but successful leadership.16. Bibby Line partnered with other shipping companies in 1965.17. Gas Carrier Wiltshire was joined by Hampshire and Devonshire in 1972 and 1974.18. Bibby Line started a long association with LPG sector in 1968.School: ________________________________ Page 46 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE19. The highest honor was awarded to Bibby Line in 1972.20. The honor bestowed was “Queens Award” for its export achievement in 1976 and 1982. ----------o0o----------School: ________________________________ Page 47 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE TEST FORM: WPE 15NAME DATE SCORE PERCENTAGE________________________________________ ____________ _______ __________Last First MiddleCATEGORY: SUPERVISED BY Teacher: ______________________________W&P ___ Clause ___ VTVP ___ VFSPPAGE NO. NO.OF ITEM VENUE: TIME STARTED: TIME FINISHED:__________ ___________ ____________ _______________ ________________PURPOSE FOR TAKING THIS EXAM: SCHOOL:___ Assessment _____Exam _____ Others _____________________________________1 282 293 304 315 326 337 348 359 3610 3711 3812 3913 4014 4115 4216 4317 4418 4519 4620 4721 4822 4923 5024 5125 5226 5327 54School: ________________________________ Page 48 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE WPE 15: SUBJECT FUNCTION NO.5LEXWe have found that the verb of a sentence is the most importantword in finding the subject. Find the verb and you can find thesubject.MORPHLook at this sentence: Traveling to Burma is an unbeatablerecord. The word “Traveling” is the subject. He, Mr. Mongaya, isa cook. The subject is “he.”ERGON (30 POINTS)Select the subject of the verb in each sentence by encirclingthem.1. The tragic loss of MV Derbyshire happened in October 1980.2. She, MV Derbyshire, was overwhelmed by a typhoon in the South China Sea.3. This tragedy remains the biggest peace time loss to this day.4. The year 1990 was the continued business growth for Bibby Line.5. It entered the niche chemical market.6. Through the purchase of a 50% share in Botany Bay, it is business once again.7. This allowed the business to develop a successful parcel chemical tanker.8. This tanker operates in both Northern and Southern hemispheres.9. The success for the service attracted the attention of Stolt Nielsen.10. They chartered the vessels for a minimum of 8years in 1997.11. Thunderheads form above the mountains.12. With a planned exit from the chemical tanker market, Bibby left the pool in 2008.13. Michael Bibby was the eldest of four boys born to Sir Derek.14. As Finance Director, he is later to become its Managing Director.15. In 2000, Michael became the Managing Director of the parent company, Bibby Line Limited.16. Come and get fix this table.17. Some visitors are coming to discuss something.18. This is about the preparation for the coming fiesta.19. While most people are busy, John was sleeping.20. His mother noticed it.School: ________________________________ Page 49 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE21. So she called and knocked the door.22. But no one continued to sleep.23. The mother took opened the door and she whispered to John‟s ear.24. She said, I know you‟re awake.25. John smiled and hugged her mother.26. His mother returned to kitchen to continue her work.27. John fixed his messy bed and immediately took a shower.28. After a while, he went down and joined the table for breakfast.29. It was really a delicious meal.30. Because he forgot to pray, he stopped to say grace. ----------o0o----------School: ________________________________ Page 50 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE TEST FORM: WPE 16NAME DATE SCORE PERCENTAGE________________________________________ ____________ _______ __________Last First MiddleCATEGORY: SUPERVISED BY Teacher: ______________________________W&P ___ Clause ___ VTVP ___ VFSPPAGE NO. NO.OF ITEM VENUE: TIME STARTED: TIME FINISHED:__________ ___________ ____________ _______________ ________________PURPOSE FOR TAKING THIS EXAM: SCHOOL:___ Assessment _____Exam _____ Others _____________________________________1 282 293 304 315 326 337 348 359 3610 3711 3812 3913 4014 4115 4216 4317 4418 4519 4620 4721 4822 4923 5024 5125 5226 5327 54School: ________________________________ Page 51 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE WPE 16: COMPOUND VERBS FUNCTION NO.1LEXMore than one verb may be used in a sentence. Often, we use acommon part of speech called conjunction (and, but, or) or acomma to combine two or more verbs in a sentence. Two or moreseparate verbs make a compound verb.MORPHLook at this sample sentence, The performer sang and danced. Thewords “sang” and “danced” are the verbs.ERGON (20 POINTS)Select the compound verbs below by underlining them.1. Mariner students were entering the room and were talking.2. The teacher paused and was staring on them.3. The roll call has started and lesson will commence soon.4. Other students were still arriving and were waiting to be called.5. Students must be seated and must be ready to participate for the day‟s lesson.6. The teacher has started talking and is asking about yesterday‟s assignment.7. The student was sitting on the third row and was giving his answer.8. The discussion was brought to the next stage and was forcing the students to create analysis.9. The teacher was amazed and was convinced for the student‟s readiness.10. Hearing the bell, the students were told to eat their lunch and were reminded to come back later.11. The students were coming earlier in the class and Were reviewing about the lesson.12. The teacher was arriving on time and was smiling at them.13. We shall continue discussing about Bibby‟s history and shall have an opportunity to know its past.14. While the teacher was talking, a student had arrived late and had missed some lessons.15. I am expecting and am praying to see everyone to come on time in the class.16. The students are learning their lessons well and are taught fully by their teachers.17. Someday, I shall be travelling the sea and shall enjoy the fruit of my labor‟, said a student.18. His classmates were clapping and were shaking hisSchool: ________________________________ Page 52 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE hands.19. The student was approached by the teacher and was agreeing to him.20. “Each person must invest for his/her future and must focus wholeheartedly to achieve it,” said the school teacher. ----------o0o----------School: ________________________________ Page 53 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE TEST FORM: WPE 17NAME DATE SCORE PERCENTAGE________________________________________ ____________ _______ __________Last First MiddleCATEGORY: SUPERVISED BY Teacher: ______________________________W&P ___ Clause ___ VTVP ___ VFSPPAGE NO. NO.OF ITEM VENUE: TIME STARTED: TIME FINISHED:__________ ___________ ____________ _______________ ________________PURPOSE FOR TAKING THIS EXAM: SCHOOL:___ Assessment _____Exam _____ Others _____________________________________1 282 293 304 315 326 337 348 359 3610 3711 3812 3913 4014 4115 4216 4317 4418 4519 4620 4721 4822 4923 5024 5125 5226 5327 54School: ________________________________ Page 54 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE WPE 17: COMPOUND SUBJECTS FUNCTION NO.1LEXMore than one subject may be used for a verb. Often, we use acommon part of speech called conjunction “and” or a comma tocombine nouns and pronouns as the subject of the verb. Two ormore separate verbs make a compound subject. It usually appearswith the use of “and.”MORPHSample sentence is, Boys and girls will be at the party. Thepronouns “boys” and “girls” are the compound subjects.ERGON (15 POINTS)Select the compound subjects below by underlining them.1. Nouns and pronouns can be used as subjects of verbs.2. Adjectives and adverbs are modifiers.3. Verbs and verb phrases may be used as the verb.4. Subjects and verbs may be compound.5. Compound subjects and compound verbs may be used in the sentence.6. “Smith and Stuart” is a compound subject.7. Jan and Alice skated and danced inside the ship‟s activity area.8. Beulah, Sopphia, and Genesis shook hands, smiled and walked home.9. Compound subjects and compound verbs may be in a sentence.10. My wife and I have not met for each until for six years.11. My paper and pencil are used to compose poem.12. Teachers and students enjoy discussing and arguing.13. Swimming and boxing are my favorite sports.14. Ann, Bill, John, and Kate are going.15. Asia, America, and Australia are continents.School: ________________________________ Page 55 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE TEST FORM: WPE 18NAME DATE SCORE PERCENTAGE________________________________________ ____________ _______ __________Last First MiddleCATEGORY: SUPERVISED BY Teacher: ______________________________W&P ___ Clause ___ VTVP ___ VFSPPAGE NO. NO.OF ITEM VENUE: TIME STARTED: TIME FINISHED:__________ ___________ ____________ _______________ ________________PURPOSE FOR TAKING THIS EXAM: SCHOOL:___ Assessment _____Exam _____ Others _____________________________________1 282 293 304 315 326 337 348 359 3610 3711 3812 3913 4014 4115 4216 4317 4418 4519 4620 4721 4822 4923 5024 5125 5226 5327 54School: ________________________________ Page 56 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE WPE 18: ADJECTIVE FUNCTION NO.1LEXAdjectives are words that describe and “modify” nouns andpronouns. One-word adjectives usually come right before the wordthey modify and answer the questions: Which one? Or How many?MORPHAn expensive clothes…his time…Cruise ships…good year…victoriouslife…their business…The success story…A long journey…Anadventure…two-edged sword …running water…ERGON (30 POINTS)Select the adjective found in each word group by underliningthem.1. A ship; an event; the history; English grammar;2. Cruise line; ocean breeze; vibrant history;3. Britain‟s oldest company…many tales…foreign adventures…4. Foreign lands; rich heritage; brutally murdered;5. Pocket watch; shipping business; four sons;6. Their father; honorary tribute; sailing vessel;7. First vessel; his death; wider sense;8. Glasgow yard; Crimean war; Titanic ship;9. Great faith; big leap; world recognition; economic backbone;10. Ship builder; genius designer; visionary leader;Note: There maybe more than one adjective. Continue to selectthe following adjectives.11. Huge and strong ships; majestic and grandeur Designs;12. Red, black, and grey ships; the unrecognized genius Builder;13. One, two, and many ships; a billion dollar shipping magnet Company;14. The iron screw ship; the Lisbon collision event;15. Twenty-two shipping crews; many years submerged her bronze bell;16. Good preachers are bilingual messengers of their respective religious organization.17. This has been their training ever since in the seminary.18. Those who are native speakers of English in Europe can speak more languages.19. Some German, Dutch, French, Italian, Asian speakersSchool: ________________________________ Page 57 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE know how to use English fluently.20. They do this because of their love for their calling that the Almighty God has given them.21. Although many Asian speakers are having difficulty about grammar, there is a dramatic positive improvement nowadays.22. With the proliferation of training centers along with big and small colleges in cities and provinces, there is a sure chance of learning the language.23. Both local and national government with the help of NGO‟s, GO, and other private institutions are joining their hands to effect this.24. Today‟s generation, in terms of access to information, is very fortunate.25. Unlike during our time, the access to quality education is only for few middle classes as well as the rich and famous.26. So, why don‟t you grab this golden opportunity?27. You should make an effort to survey your place and care to know about the local government‟s program.28. Government TESDA, DepEd, and CHED schools are there to help you.29. Your internet access can provide you with more free websites to learn English.30. There are no excuses as to why a person can‟t learn more about this language. ----------o0o----------School: ________________________________ Page 58 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE TEST FORM: WPE 19NAME DATE SCORE PERCENTAGE________________________________________ ____________ _______ __________Last First MiddleCATEGORY: SUPERVISED BY Teacher: ______________________________W&P ___ Clause ___ VTVP ___ VFSPPAGE NO. NO.OF ITEM VENUE: TIME STARTED: TIME FINISHED:__________ ___________ ____________ _______________ ________________PURPOSE FOR TAKING THIS EXAM: SCHOOL:___ Assessment _____Exam _____ Others _____________________________________1 282 293 304 315 326 337 348 359 3610 3711 3812 3913 4014 4115 4216 4317 4418 4519 4620 4721 4822 4923 5024 5125 5226 5327 54School: ________________________________ Page 59 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE WPE 19: ADJECTIVE FUNCTION NO.2LEXAdjectives are words that describe and “modify” nouns andpronouns. One-word adjectives usually come right before the wordthey modify and answer the questions: Which one? or How many?MORPHLook at this sentence, The best business of the year has beenachieved. The words “The,” “best,” “the,” are the adjectives ofthis sentence.ERGON (20 POINTS)Select all the adjectives found in each sentence. Please includeall articles by encircling them.1. The iron Screw ship was found.2. The ship Braganza collided with another streamer.3. She sank immediately with the loss of twenty-two lives.4. Nearly 125 years later, her wreck was found in 1994.5. In 1859 the Bibby Line “Venetian” was built.6. It was the first vessel made by the Belfast shipyard Harland & Wolf.7. Of the 21 ships built by the yard, 18 were for the Bibby Line.8. Bibby Line had provided strong business opportunity for Harland & Wolff.9. Arthur Wilson was the guiding force in the fortunes of Bibby Line.10. Realizing the vast potential of the Burma trade, Wilson ordered two new streamers.11. Lancashire and Yorkshire ships marked the practice of naming ships after English “shire” counties.12. The great potential of trooping was successfully utilized by Arthur Bibby.13. He gained substantial trooping contracts for the Bibby Line.14. “Yorkshire” was the first of the Bibby fleet.15. It became known during this phase as “No.14 Transport.”16. In 1891, Lancashire recorded the best time for the run to Burma.17. It reached the place in 23 days and 20 hours.18. Bibby Line established superiority on the route for travel reliability.19. Its voyage was a nonstop disrupted record.20. European and global respect has been accorded to Bibby Line.21.School: ________________________________ Page 60 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE 22. TEST FORM: WPE 20NAME DATE SCORE PERCENTAGE________________________________________ ____________ _______ __________Last First MiddleCATEGORY: SUPERVISED BY Teacher: ______________________________W&P ___ Clause ___ VTVP ___ VFSPPAGE NO. NO.OF ITEM VENUE: TIME STARTED: TIME FINISHED:__________ ___________ ____________ _______________ ________________PURPOSE FOR TAKING THIS EXAM: SCHOOL:___ Assessment _____Exam _____ Others _____________________________________23.124. 28225. 2926.3 3027.428. 3129.5 3230.631. 3332.7 3433.8 3534.935. 3636.10 3737.1138. 3839.12 3940.13 4041.1442. 4115 4216 4317 4418 4519 4620 4721 4822 4923 5024 5125 5226 5327 54School: ________________________________ Page 61 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE WPE 20: COMPARING WITH ADJECTIVES NO.1LEXThe usual adjective patters are: 1) When we compare two things,we add “er” to the adjective: “Joe is taller than Nestor.” 2)When we compare more than two things, we add “est” to theadjective: Joe is the tallest in the class.MORPHIn the sentence: ¹Between Bibby Line and other shippingcompanies, Bibby Line is the (better) (best) company. The word“best” is the answer because Bibby has been compared to many orundeterminable number of companies.ERGON (25 POINTS)Choose the correct adjective in each sentence by underliningthem.1. Of the two men, Sopphia is the (younger) (youngest).2. Of all the students in Joe‟s grammar class, Eric is the (younger) (youngest).3. As business partners, Jonathan is the (handsomer) (handsomest) of the two men.4. Victoria Professional Institute is the (better) (best) mariner training schools in the entire city.5. Your class is (smaller) (smallest) than my class.6. Your graduates are the (smarter) (smartest) in the industry.7. Our team of teachers is the (better) (best) team in this business.8. Obviously, our team is (better) (best) than your team.9. Which school is (more effective) (most effective), ours or theirs?10. That dish is the (hotter) (hottest) that I have ever eaten.11. You have the (older) (oldest) teacher in this school.12. Is Bibby Line (older) (oldest) than most of shipping industry in the Philippines?13. Of all your students, I am the (smarter) (smartest).14. In fact, I am the (smarter) (smartest) student during my elementary years.15. Of all the projects, J. Palma is the (newer)(newest).16. Davao‟s project was (larger) (largest) than Victoria Institute in Manila.17. Of all the distances, Cebu is (farther) (farthest).18. Which ship is (older) (oldest), Tiber of Arno?19. My grandfather is the (greyer) (greyest) of the two.School: ________________________________ Page 62 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE20. Of all the shipping business, Bibby Line is the (stronger)(strongest).21. The internet is the (easier) (easiest) way to access information.22. It is (better) (best) to use English than Tagalog.23. He doesn‟t agree that English is (better) (best) than Tagalog if you are living in this country, Philippines.24. But if you are in Asia or engage in business, it is (better)(best)to use English.25. In the Philippines, The University of Santo Tomas is the (older)(oldest) university than Universities in Asia. ----------o0o----------School: ________________________________ Page 63 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE TEST FORM: WPE 21NAME DATE SCORE PERCENTAGE________________________________________ ____________ _______ __________Last First MiddleCATEGORY: SUPERVISED BY Teacher: ______________________________W&P ___ Clause ___ VTVP ___ VFSPPAGE NO. NO.OF ITEM VENUE: TIME STARTED: TIME FINISHED:__________ ___________ ____________ _______________ ________________PURPOSE FOR TAKING THIS EXAM: SCHOOL:___ Assessment _____Exam _____ Others _____________________________________1 282 293 304 315 326 337 348 359 3610 3711 3812 3913 4014 4115 4216 4317 4418 4519 4620 4721 4822 4923 5024 5125 5226 5327 54School: ________________________________ Page 64 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE WPE 21: ADVERB FUNCTION NO.1LEXAdverbs are words that give added meaning to verbs and sometimesto other adverbs and adjectives. Adverbs usually follow the verbthey modify; however, they may be found before the verb orwithin the verb phrase. Adverbs tell…where…when…why…how…theaction of the verb takes place.MORPHExamples are: ¹Talk aggressively…²carefully listen…³coming soontomorrow… The words with italics are the answer as they aremodifying the verbs.ERGON (30 POINTS). Find the adverbs in each sentence byencircling them.1. Sail slowly; ran faster; grow steadily;2. Spoke softly; asked courteously; plans well;3. Running continuously; working eagerly; was approaching slowly;4. Seriously considered; wrongly stated; arrived promptly;5. Was never chosen; was always chosen; will not be chosen;6. Ran afterward; quickly turned; eagerly awaited;7. Slowly turned; concentrating carefully; ran faster;8. Ran fastest; flew higher; flew highest;9. Descend lower; climb higher; leave sooner;10. Shall not speak; will only buy; shall ever be;11. Decided quickly; will often leave; was running forever;12. Moved forward; slipped backward; hereafter listed;13. Once chosen; submitted herewith; find herein;14. Were therefore denied; consequently denied; sing along;15. Are nevertheless going; shall arrive afterward; shall arrive too;16. Willa carefully reads; should always throw; go also;17. Does not know; shall go too; has often scolded;18. Delicately written; approved unanimously; was forever Known;19. Was always intended; should never have been; he surprisingly forgotten it;20. Were nearly hit; are coming soon; are nearly completed;21. He is not him; we are almost done; she almost saw him;22. Come closer immediately; do give it quickly;23. Do it very slowly; he opened the box hesitantly;24. Throw the ball now; you always pray;25. She seldom smiles; he once visited me; he does not wantSchool: ________________________________ Page 65 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE to help;26. He often calls; he never calls; he almost lost it;27. He tried harder; this is very expensive;28. That is extremely dangerous; he really did it seriously;29. Obviously, it is good; amazingly, he is fast; consequently, he won;30. He comes closer; he arrived sooner; he talks faster; ----------o0o----------School: ________________________________ Page 66 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE TEST FORM: WPE 22NAME DATE SCORE PERCENTAGE________________________________________ ____________ _______ __________Last First MiddleCATEGORY: SUPERVISED BY Teacher: ______________________________W&P ___ Clause ___ VTVP ___ VFSPPAGE NO. NO.OF ITEM VENUE: TIME STARTED: TIME FINISHED:__________ ___________ ____________ _______________ ________________PURPOSE FOR TAKING THIS EXAM: SCHOOL:___ Assessment _____Exam _____ Others _____________________________________1 282 293 304 315 326 337 348 359 3610 3711 3812 3913 4014 4115 4216 4317 4418 4519 4620 4721 4822 4923 5024 5125 5226 5327 54School: ________________________________ Page 67 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE WPE 22: ADVERB FUNCTION NO.2LEXAdverbs modify a verb, an adjective, another adverb, a phrase,or a clause. It shows manner, time, place, cause, or degree.It answers questions such as "how," "when," "where" and "howmuch.”MORPHIn this sentence: ¹Cruise ship is manned carefully by people whospecialized with sea-navigation. The word “carefully” is theadverb in the sentence because it modifies the verb “manned”.ERGON (35 POINTS)Find the adverbs in each sentence by encircling them.1. Bibby Line Limited grew strongly.2. It has sailed often around the globe.3. Integrity surely has played a major role.4. Professionalism was certainly one of her measures of success.5. In all her dealings, quality shall not be compromised.6. Bibby responded quickly to new opportunities.7. She shall honestly serve.8. Bibby clearly fosters these ideals.9. She confidently faces today‟s challenges.10. With diverse vessels sailing vigorously across continents, Bibby serves.11. Bibby aggressively strategizes its resources.12. She aims surely and correctly.13. Bibby is backed up with committed employees convincingly.14. Believably, she will be in the forefront of the industry.15. Expanding into maritime business, Bibby shall tirelessly pursue services.16. Her reputation is undoubtedly accepted.17. Bibby mutually provided prosperity to its counterpart.18. The students should be proud of Bibby‟s status convincingly.19. What and where she is now has been tirelessly pursued by its people.20. Undoubtedly, Bibby is a shipping hall-of-famer of all time.21. They were nearly hit by the hurricane.22. Are coming soon than expected?23. The projects are nearly completed.24. He is not him that you saw last night.School: ________________________________ Page 68 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE25. We were almost done when you came that day.26. She almost saw him with Therese at the back door.27. You come closer immediately without warning.28. You gave it quickly because you are nervous.29. Do it very slowly to avoid accident.30. He opened the box hesitantly when he was told.31. The captain yelled, “Throw the ball now.”32. The Bible says, “You should always pray.”33. Everybody observes that she seldom smiles34. My mother once visited me at school35. He does not want to sing for the concert. ---------o0o----------School: ________________________________ Page 69 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE TEST FORM: WPE 23NAME DATE SCORE PERCENTAGE________________________________________ ____________ _______ __________Last First MiddleCATEGORY: SUPERVISED BY Teacher: ______________________________W&P ___ Clause ___ VTVP ___ VFSPPAGE NO. NO.OF ITEM VENUE: TIME STARTED: TIME FINISHED:__________ ___________ ____________ _______________ ________________PURPOSE FOR TAKING THIS EXAM: SCHOOL:___ Assessment _____Exam _____ Others _____________________________________1 282 293 304 315 326 337 348 359 3610 3711 3812 3913 4014 4115 4216 4317 4418 4519 4620 4721 4822 4923 5024 5125 5226 5327 54School: ________________________________ Page 70 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE WPE 23: ADVERB FUNCTION NO.3LEXAs mentioned in WPE 22, the adverb answers questions such as"how,” "when,” "where,” and "how much”.MORPHLook at this sentence: ¹Bibby Line does not believe that respectis born. ²It is persistently earned. The words “not” and“persistently” are the adverbs of the sentence.ERGON (15 POINTS)Find the adverbs in each sentence by encircling them.1. The students were listening intently.2. They noted down these facts carefully and quickly.3. They were amazed of how Bibby has grown tremendously.4. Bibby Line Ltd is always a proud shipping division of Bibby Line Group Limited.5. They should not be parted like a Siamese twin.6. Bibby is privately owned and yet so service-oriented.7. Bibby has now evolved into several lines of businesses.8. Slowly, Bibby is becoming the world‟s sipping backbone.9. Quickly, it is responding to new opportunities.10. Surely, its founder would be proud to know how far it has grown.11. Pursuing an aggressive strategy is now actively being implemented.12. Bibby Line has strongly built its business in professionalism, integrity and equality.13. This is combined deliberately with financial strength and strong management.14. Throughout its long and illustrious history, Bibby Line has courageously recorded its name.15. They boldly and humbly claim leadership in shipping standard. ----------o0o----------School: ________________________________ Page 71 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE TEST FORM: WPE 24NAME DATE SCORE PERCENTAGE________________________________________ ____________ _______ __________Last First MiddleCATEGORY: SUPERVISED BY Teacher: ______________________________W&P ___ Clause ___ VTVP ___ VFSPPAGE NO. NO.OF ITEM VENUE: TIME STARTED: TIME FINISHED:__________ ___________ ____________ _______________ ________________PURPOSE FOR TAKING THIS EXAM: SCHOOL:___ Assessment _____Exam _____ Others _____________________________________1 282 293 304 315 326 337 348 359 3610 3711 3812 3913 4014 4115 4216 4317 4418 4519 4620 4721 4822 4923 5024 5125 5226 5327 54School: ________________________________ Page 72 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE WPE 24: TEST 2: CUMULATIVE ASSESSMENT 1As part of grammar-learning, it is a must that you try to getthis Assessment 2 to determine how much of grammar principlesyou can NOW APPLY. Your study has introduced you to the partsof speech to include the verb, noun, pronoun, adjective, and theadverb, and how these word forms serve as part of a sentence.OBJECTIVES¹This is to know the threshold of grammar understanding of thetest-taker; ²to pinpoint the area of weaknesses and strengths ofthe student; and, ³to serve as basis for evaluation andcorrection.ERGON (45 POINTS)Read each question below and do as directed.1-5: Select the verb in each sentence below. Include any verbphrases or compound verbs.1. Bibby Line is a shipping industry for more than one hundred years now.2. People, who are hired and allowed to work at Bibby, are considered elite.3. You should have equipped yourself with the best education from Victoria Institute.4. From now on you should study and work hard.5. May the Lord grant the desire of your heart.6-10: Select the subject of the verb in the sentences below.Include any compound subjects.6. Bibby Line Limited is the Shipping Division of Bibby Line Group Limited.7. It is a privately-owned business services group.8. Today, the Shipping Division operates assets in two markets.9. The division will continue to expand into attractive maritime markets.10. Because they believe to their proven integrity, professionalism, and excellence; Bibby Line Limited and Bibby Line Group grab excellent business opportunities.11-15: Select any adjectives found in the following sentences.Please include all articles.11. On 22nd July 2009, Bibby Line accepted the delivery of their new vessel MV Shropshire.School: ________________________________ Page 73 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE12. Sir Michael Bibby helped launch a new free telephone referral service.13. This is to support seafarers and their families.14. Dawn Kitchen christened the bulk carrier on August 2009.15. Skilled, professional, and ordinary employees are treated with respect by the Management of Bibby Line.16-22: Select any one-word adverbs found in the followingsentences.16. The Bibby Line business ventures grew strongly to serve its clients.17. The teacher has confidently and humbly told the student about this achievement.18. Trainees, upon hearing this, understood clearly the topic.19. The student eagerly raised his hand and confidently asked a question.20. Everybody has always been told to study hard.21. The Division‟s strategy is now clear.22. Its combined financial strength can respond quickly to new opportunities.23-30: Below is a sentence. Identify how each word hasfunctioned according to grammar rules. Read the sentence andunderline your answer by choosing the correct one:“The Victorian schools strongly delivered the maritimecurriculum.”23. What grammar function does the first word “the” serve? (verb) (subject of verb) (an adjective) (an adverb) (object of the predicate)24. What grammar function does the word “Victoria” serve? (verb) (subject of verb) (an adjective) (an adverb) (object of the predicate)25. What grammar function does the word “schools” serve? (verb) (subject of verb) (an adjective) (an adverb) (object of the predicate)26. What grammar function does the word “strongly” serve? (verb) (subject of verb) (an adjective) (an adverb) (object of the predicate)27. What grammar function does the word “delivered” serve? (verb) (subject of verb) (an adjective) (an adverb) (object of the predicate)School: ________________________________ Page 74 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE28. What grammar function does the second word “the” serve? (verb) (subject of verb) (an adjective) (an adverb) (object of the predicate)29. What grammar function does the word “maritime” serve? (verb) (subject of verb) (an adjective) (an adverb) (object of the predicate)30. What grammar function does the second word “curriculum” serve? (verb) (subject of verb) (an adjective) (an adverb) (object of the predicate)31-45: Choose the correct degree of comparison as found in thefollowing sentences.31. Among the shipping lines, Bibby is the (richer)(richest).32. Jose‟s roster of trainers is the (better) (best) in maritime industry.33. Of all the schools, it has the (better) (best)training manuals, especially in English language.34. Among Beulah, Sopphia, Genesis, and Joe, Sopphia is the (better) (best) designer.35. Magsaysay is the (better) (best) maritime President and CEO in the Philippines.36. Europe‟s car is (faster) (fastest) than all the cars in the road.37. Of all maritime schools, the European‟s has the (better)(best) program.38. St. Joe‟s recruitment department was the (more) (most) reliable assessor of quality students.39. Between two grammarians, Stuart has the (better) (best) ESL materials.40. Longborough University has the (more) (most) exclusive training manuals.41. Between Asians and South Americans program, Asians is the (bigger) (biggest).42. We pray (more) (most) often for the success of this venture than the other one.43. Of the many business opportunities, it is (better) (best) to respond with caution.44. Choosing between the two men, the latter is the (lesser) (least) considered.45. Of all the years, the 2009 has been the (better) (best)year ever for business. ----------o0o----------School: ________________________________ Page 75 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE Drills about: Phrases (small group of words)School: ________________________________ Page 76 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE TEST FORM: WPE 25NAME DATE SCORE PERCENTAGE________________________________________ ____________ _______ __________Last First MiddleCATEGORY: SUPERVISED BY Teacher: ______________________________W&P ___ Clause ___ VTVP ___ VFSPPAGE NO. NO.OF ITEM VENUE: TIME STARTED: TIME FINISHED:__________ ___________ ____________ _______________ ________________PURPOSE FOR TAKING THIS EXAM: SCHOOL:___ Assessment _____Exam _____ Others _____________________________________1 282 293 304 315 326 337 348 359 3610 3711 3812 3913 4014 4115 4216 4317 4418 4519 4620 4721 4822 4923 5024 5125 5226 5327 54School: ________________________________ Page 77 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE WPE 25: PREPOSITIONAL PHRASE FUNCTION NO.1LEXPreposition is the most used word in American English. It startswith a preposition and ends with a noun or pronoun which servesas the object of the preposition.MORPIn the sentence: ¹The Captain is talking happily to thepassengers. The word “to” is the preposition and the completeprepositional phrase is “to the passengers” where “passenger”is the object of the preposition. So this is preposition +article + noun.ERGON (25 POINTS)Below are sentences for this exercise. Choose the completeprepositional phrase in each sentence by underlining them.1. Bibby Line Limited is the Shipping Division of Bibby Line Group Limited.2. (Two pp phrases) It is a privately-owned business services group with its roots in shipping.3. Today, the Shipping Division operates in two markets, chemical and dry bulk.4. (Two pp phrases) Historically, it has owned a diverse range of vessels in LPG, Crude, Products, Container and OBO markets.5. The division will continue to expand into attractive maritime markets.6. The combined financial strength will allow the Shipping Division to respond quickly to new opportunities.7. Bibby Line aims to grow, diversify and further strengthen its position in its chosen market.8. It has the resources to deliver further growth and prosperity to its stakeholders.9. (Two pp phrases) It is a privately-owned business-to-business services group with its roots in shipping industry.10. (Two pp phrases) The company was founded by Liverpool entrepreneur John Bibby in 1807.11. (Two pp phrases) Bibby Line has built a strong reputation over 200 years in shipping business for professionalism, integrity, and quality.12. It is regarded as the oldest privately owned shipping company in the world.13. (Two pp phrases) Combined with Bibby‟s financial strength, it allows the shipping division to respond quickly to new opportunities.School: ________________________________ Page 78 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE14. (Four pp phrases) Throughout its long and illustrious history, Bibby Line has a record of involvement in almost every aspect of marine industry.15. It has built an inevitable reputation for safe and high quality operations.16. It particularly specializes strongly in niche shipping activities.17. (Two pp phrases) With a clear and aggressive strategy, Bibby Line aims to grow, diversify and further strengthen its position in chosen market sectors.18. Bibby Line Limited is a company with a rich and vibrant history.19. It has survived the many ups and downs of the 19th and 20th centuries.20. All the events listed are just a small part of Bibby Line‟s heritage.21. (Two pp phrases) Many tales of wartime heroism and foreign adventures in the lands are unknown.22. In 1840, John Bibby was found brutally murdered.23. He was robbed for only a pocket-watch.24. He was thrown into a pond and left to drown.25. (Four pp phrases) The name of the founder, John Bibby, remained on Lloyd‟s List in a wider sense for many generations. ----------o0o----------School: ________________________________ Page 79 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE TEST FORM: WPE 26NAME DATE SCORE PERCENTAGE________________________________________ ____________ _______ __________Last First MiddleCATEGORY: SUPERVISED BY Teacher: ______________________________W&P ___ Clause ___ VTVP ___ VFSPPAGE NO. NO.OF ITEM VENUE: TIME STARTED: TIME FINISHED:__________ ___________ ____________ _______________ ________________PURPOSE FOR TAKING THIS EXAM: SCHOOL:___ Assessment _____Exam _____ Others _____________________________________1 282 293 304 315 326 337 348 359 3610 3711 3812 3913 4014 4115 4216 4317 4418 4519 4620 4721 4822 4923 5024 5125 5226 5327 54School: ________________________________ Page 80 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE WPE 26: PREPOSITIONAL PHRASE FUNCTION NO.2LEXPrepositions are small words with noun objects. They come inmany forms to connect thoughts.MORPHLook at this sentence: ¹Of the first 21 ships built by the Yard18 for the Bibby Line, the Venetian was the first vessel builtin 1859. The phrase “Of the first 21 ships,” “by the Yard 18,”and “for the Bibby Line,” are all prepositional phrases. You maynotice that they come before the sentence, middle of thesentence, and at the end. This means that there is no permanentlocation for the prepositional phrases in the sentence.ERGON (30 POINTS)With the roster of sentences below, find the prepositionalphrases in each sentence by underlining them.1. The vessel travels at sea. It was built by Belfast Harland. It is part of the 21 ships.2. It is the official history of Bibby Line. The guiding force in the fortunes. He realized the potential of the Burma trade.3. The year 1880 was the beginning of naming Bibby ships. The Yorkshire was the first of the Bibby fleet. It engaged as troopship in the Boer War. It became known during this war.4. Lancashire recorded the best time for the run to Burma in 23 days. Soon, it gained the reputation for travel-reliability. By never having had a voyage disrupted, it succeeded.5. In 1893 Bibby Line was placed on the “Government Approved” list. This gave the incentive to develop passenger accommodation on board the vessel.6. In 1902 Bibby Line became one of the “Four Bs.” It was voted by as “the ideal type of employer” by the Trade Unions. Bibby Line had the distinction of being the longest established of the four.7. It took place at the outbreak of WW1. By the end of the year they were successful. “Worcestershire” became a casualty of this war.Note: Objects of prepositions may be compound with two or morenouns or pronouns. Continue to select the prepositional phrases.8. At the outbreak of war and dispute, the ships were requisitioned.9. To serve as hospital ships, these vessels for trade and business were converted.10. By the end of war and desolation, Bibby Line had servedSchool: ________________________________ Page 81 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE over 200,000 British and 25,000 American troops.11. “Worcestershire” became a casualty of this fighting and killings.12. Consisted of ships for trade and business, all of which were requisitioned for war.13. With Sir Derek Bibby and the Management at the helm, the company more than trebled its overseas earnings.14. Bibby Line became one of the “Four Bs”.15. It had the distinction of being the longest established cruise line.16. “Worcestershire” became a casualty of this gruesome war.17. Actually, the “Yorkshire” was the first casualty about this senseless war.18. Although it carefully made its trip across the incredibly dangerous route and mission.19. (notice two phrases together) Beyond the glaring sky of the east, it disappeared.20. Nearly a hundred years since its sinking to the bottom of the gloomy dark blue ocean, it still reminds us of its courageous mission.21. These ships are unforgettably among Bibby‟s invaluable historical heritage.22. Of the enormous financial strength it has today, it can respond quickly beyond almost all global opportunities and challenges of a fast-paced socio- economic and socio-political arena.23. Because of the enormous task ahead, he decided to enroll engineering and accountancy as requested by his father.24. Although this is against his will, he needs to do this to save the dying business in order to protect their reputation and dignity.25. In the past, there had been a lot of challenges and mishaps that slowed down the growth of sales for two consecutive years.26. In the eyes of the government and private sectors, they can still start with some financial backups.27. It is hard to get this responsibility, on the hand, the challenge for improvement and growth are there.28. Now that he gets the support of the board and family, it is easy to run the business.29. Challenges are opportunity for growth.30. Other people do not see it that way when they are in the middle of the “storm.” ----------o0o----------School: ________________________________ Page 82 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE TEST FORM: WPE 27NAME DATE SCORE PERCENTAGE________________________________________ ____________ _______ __________Last First MiddleCATEGORY: SUPERVISED BY Teacher: ______________________________W&P ___ Clause ___ VTVP ___ VFSPPAGE NO. NO.OF ITEM VENUE: TIME STARTED: TIME FINISHED:__________ ___________ ____________ _______________ ________________PURPOSE FOR TAKING THIS EXAM: SCHOOL:___ Assessment _____Exam _____ Others _____________________________________1 282 293 304 315 326 337 348 359 3610 3711 3812 3913 4014 4115 4216 4317 4418 4519 4620 4721 4822 4923 5024 5125 5226 5327 54School: ________________________________ Page 83 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE WPE 27: PREPOSITIONAL PHRASE FUNCTION NO.3LEXIn most cases prepositional phrases appear more than once in thesentence.MORPHLook at this sentence: ¹In partnership with Clarksons and othercompanies, Bibby Line established a consortium. “Inpartnership,” and “with Clarksons and other companies,” are theprepositional phrases in this sentence.ERGON (20 POINTS)The sentences below contain one or more prepositional phrases.Select all prepositional phrases found in each sentence byunderlining them.1. Bibby Line started a long association with the LPG sector in 1968 with the ordering of the Gas Carrier Wiltshire.2. This special market performed well and she was joined in 1972 and 1974 by the Hampshire and Devonshire.3. The highest honor that can be bestowed on a UK company by a queen is the Queens Award.4. It was bestowed to Bibby Line in 1972 with the Award to Industry and to Export Achievement in 1976 and 1982.5. In October 1980 came the tragic loss of the Oil Bulk carrier MV “Derbyshire” with all hands.6. She was overwhelmed by a typhoon in the South China Sea.7. Of the many peace-time losses, this tragedy was the biggest.8. Bibby Line entered the niche chemical market in 1990 through the purchase of a 50% share in Botany Bay.9. These allowed a chemical tanker to service and operate in both the Northern and Southern hemispheres.10. The success for the service attracted the attention of Stolt Nielson.11. In 1997 they chartered the vessels for a minimum of 8 years.12. Bibby, with its own timetable, left the pool in 2008.13. It was a planned exit from the chemical tanker market.14. Michael Bibby, the eldest of four boys, in 1992 became the Managing Director.15. In 2000, Michael became the Managing Director of the parent company Baby Line Limited.16. Grammar, for most people, is difficult to study and learn, but for other people, it is not.17. Language rules must be learned first before you can go to the art of English composition.18. This is considered fundamental for listening,School: ________________________________ Page 84 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE reading, writing, and speaking to become proficient in English language.19. Not all people have the desire to improve in their respective field to elevate themselves for the next level of self-discovery.20. They say that Filipinos are subservient to foreigners of highly industrialized countries. ----------o0o----------School: ________________________________ Page 85 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE TEST FORM: WPE 28NAME DATE SCORE PERCENTAGE________________________________________ ____________ _______ __________Last First MiddleCATEGORY: SUPERVISED BY Teacher: ______________________________W&P ___ Clause ___ VTVP ___ VFSPPAGE NO. NO.OF ITEM VENUE: TIME STARTED: TIME FINISHED:__________ ___________ ____________ _______________ ________________PURPOSE FOR TAKING THIS EXAM: SCHOOL:___ Assessment _____Exam _____ Others _____________________________________1 282 293 304 315 326 337 348 359 3610 3711 3812 3913 4014 4115 4216 4317 4418 4519 4620 4721 4822 4923 5024 5125 5226 5327 54School: ________________________________ Page 86 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE WPE 28: PREPOSITIONAL PHRASES AS ADJECTIVES NO.1LEXAdjective prepositional phrases modify a noun or a pronoun. Theygive added meaning to the sentence.MORPH (20 POINTS)Example sentence: ¹This is defining the quality of everything wedo. The noun “quality” is modified by the phrase “of everythingwe do.”ERGONIn each sentence below a noun or pronoun is underlined. Choosethe adjective prepositional phrase that modifies a particularword by underlining them.1. The company for a very good reason left the partnership in 2005 to do other projects.2. This is due to the exceptionally good value of the market that came in.3. Bibby is a conglomeration of a dynamic group of global companies.4. It is a global company with interests in shipping, marine services, logistics, financial services, offshore services and retailing.5. The engine of unprecedented success is our people.6. The company over the past three years has donated £2m to different charities.7. The core of everything we do is our values.8. They are the list of expectations for our customers.9. Our values are guidelines to steer us all in the right business direction.10. We challenge convention in all our markets to deliver better service.Directions: Now let us reverse the process. Below are underlinedprepositional phrases. Choose the noun or pronoun that thephrase modifies.11. That company with the noblest intention is Bibby.12. This is the defining quality of everything we do.13. We take great pride in these relationships.14. The industry with an outstanding growth must have good people behind it.15. We give credit to our people across the globe in serving this company with pride.16. In the study of grammar, “Words and Phrases” is first in line in learning its many principles.School: ________________________________ Page 87 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE17. “Clauses” is the second stage of studying sentence formation.18. It is hoped that students have enough patient and right attitude during the tedious course of learning.19. There are many difficult parts in learning language rules.20. Giving this truth, few people can be regarded as scholars of the language. ----------o0o----------School: ________________________________ Page 88 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE TEST FORM: WPE 29NAME DATE SCORE PERCENTAGE________________________________________ ____________ _______ __________Last First MiddleCATEGORY: SUPERVISED BY Teacher: ______________________________W&P ___ Clause ___ VTVP ___ VFSPPAGE NO. NO.OF ITEM VENUE: TIME STARTED: TIME FINISHED:__________ ___________ ____________ _______________ ________________PURPOSE FOR TAKING THIS EXAM: SCHOOL:___ Assessment _____Exam _____ Others _____________________________________1 282 293 304 315 326 337 348 359 3610 3711 3812 3913 4014 4115 4216 4317 4418 4519 4620 4721 4822 4923 5024 5125 5226 5327 54School: ________________________________ Page 89 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE WPE 29: PREPOSITIONAL PHRASES AS ADJECTIVES NO.2LEXRemember that adjectives are modifiers. It usually follows thenoun or pronoun it modifies.MORPHLook at this sentence: ¹Our people are the engine behind oursuccess. The word “engine” is the noun and “behind our success”is the prepositional phrase that gives additional meaning tothat word.ERGON (18 POINTS)The sentences below are intended to develop your sense ofunderstanding and familiarization about adjective prepositionalphrases. Underline the words you choose.1. Locate the prepositional phrase: Bibby is an independent family-run business for over two hundred years.2. Find the noun being modified: Bibby is an independent family-run business for over two hundred years.3. Locate the prepositional phrase: This company has been a consistently successful business in the toughest world markets.4. Find the noun being modified: This company has been a consistently successful business in the toughest world markets.5. Locate the three prepositional phrase: One of the main activities of the company is in financial services.6. Find the noun being modified: One of the main activities of the company is in financial services.7. Locate the two prepositional phrases: Among the historical documents in the annals of the Queen, you can find Bibby‟s unquestionable reputation.8. Find the noun being modified: Among the historical documents in the annals of the Queen, you can find Bibby‟s unquestionable reputation.9. Find the two prepositional phrase: The responsibility of the Chief Engineer involvesSchool: ________________________________ Page 90 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE all the operations of the ship.10. Locate the two nouns modified: The responsibility of this post involves all the operations of the ship.11. Find the two prepositional phrases: That man in white pants and red shirt is the Second Engineer of this ship.12. Locate the nouns modified: That man in white pants and red shirt is the Second Engineer of this ship.13. Find the prepositional phrase: Engineers from other Bibby department are coming to inspect the electrical installations.14. Locate the noun modified: Engineers from other Bibby department are coming to inspect the electrical installations.15. Find the prepositional phrase: The motor man inside the restricted area is working carefully.16. Locate the noun modified: The motor man inside the restricted area is working carefully.17. Find the prepositional phrase: He is a trusted man for this work.18. Locate the noun modified: He is a trusted man for this work. ----------o0o----------School: ________________________________ Page 91 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE TEST FORM: WPE 30NAME DATE SCORE PERCENTAGE________________________________________ ____________ _______ __________Last First MiddleCATEGORY: SUPERVISED BY Teacher: ______________________________W&P ___ Clause ___ VTVP ___ VFSPPAGE NO. NO.OF ITEM VENUE: TIME STARTED: TIME FINISHED:__________ ___________ ____________ _______________ ________________PURPOSE FOR TAKING THIS EXAM: SCHOOL:___ Assessment _____Exam _____ Others _____________________________________1 282 293 304 315 326 337 348 359 3610 3711 3812 3913 4014 4115 4216 4317 4418 4519 4620 4721 4822 4923 5024 5125 5226 5327 54School: ________________________________ Page 92 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE WPE 30: PREPOSITIONAL PHRASE AS ADVERBS NO.1LEXWhile other form of prepositional phrases modifies the noun inthe sentence, they also modify the verbs. A prepositional phrasemodifying a noun is called adjective prepositional phrase and aprepositional phrase modifying a verb is called adverbialphrase.MORPHIn this sentence, ¹The teachers opened the school after they hadprepared everything perfectly. The verb is “opened” and theadverbial prepositional phrase is “after they had preparedeverything perfectly”.ERGON (25 POINTS)In each sentence below a verb is underlined. Select theadverbial prepositional phrase that modifies that verb byencircling them. 1. The Bibby Line is recognized for its integrity and professionalism by the maritime industry. 2. In more than hundred years, Bibby served the world. 3. It grew with great intensity and pride. 4. Bibby Line grew because of its men and women in the field. 5. The business was handled by dedicated personnel in the field. 6. They are discussing about the Engine Department of this ship. 7. Because of that meeting, a clear plan was made. 8. The officers gathered after the meeting all the enlisted personnel. 9. The captain explained about the agreed plan. 10. Upon hearing this, all personnel were enlightened. 11. The workers were motivated after that meeting. 12. Because of the officers‟ initiative, the grievances were honestly addressed. 13. The ship peacefully sailed until it reached the pier. 14. The people learned since that day to open and trust each other. 15. Business grows when its workforce live with contentment. 16. But the Management should treat with respect and equality its people.School: ________________________________ Page 93 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE 17. You can be promoted because of your skills and qualifications. 18. But it requires within your innermost being a sound value and excellent character to stay there. 19. Everyone needs to honestly check the basis of their value- system. 20. Your character shall be tested with great intensity to see how far it can go. 21. Find with open heart and mind the source of excellent moral standard. 22. Becoming a man of integrity and excellence is achieved through the love of God. 23. He enrolled that the skills he ever wanted could be gained. 24. The mother smiled because her son made up his mind. 25. Most parents agree that education is the most powerful tool for success. ----------o0o----------School: ________________________________ Page 94 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE TEST FORM: WPE 31NAME DATE SCORE PERCENTAGE________________________________________ ____________ _______ __________Last First MiddleCATEGORY: SUPERVISED BY Teacher: ______________________________W&P ___ Clause ___ VTVP ___ VFSPPAGE NO. NO.OF ITEM VENUE: TIME STARTED: TIME FINISHED:__________ ___________ ____________ _______________ ________________PURPOSE FOR TAKING THIS EXAM: SCHOOL:___ Assessment _____Exam _____ Others _____________________________________1 282 293 304 315 326 337 348 359 3610 3711 3812 3913 4014 4115 4216 4317 4418 4519 4620 4721 4822 4923 5024 5125 5226 5327 54School: ________________________________ Page 95 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE WPE 31: PREPOSITIONAL PHRASE AS ADVERBS NO.2LEXWe have found out that prepositional phrases may serve asadverbs by modifying verbs in the sentence. These phrasesusually follow the verb they modify. You may find them at thestart, the middle or at the end of the sentence.MORPHIn the following sentences you shall notice the locations ofprepositional phrases: ¹(Start) “Across the starry sky,” thepassenger looked up. ²(Middle) The captain ordered “with utmostrespect” his men to work hard. ³(End) The Titanic sank “after itcollided” to an ice berg.ERGON (20 POINTS)Find the prepositional phrase as adverbs in the sentences belowby underlining them.1. The Assistant Shore Excursion Manager discussed the itinerary under the glowing sky of the West.2. This person implements the program with great care.3. Near the Suez Canal, The Captain reduced the speed.4. The passengers were watching the view with amazement outside their window cabin.5. Each one of them was reminded of their past about paradise.6. The blue lagoon was among the beautiful spots that captured their imagination.7. From the distance, the Captain was looking.8. Because the night is coming, He ordered for the food to be prepared.9. Across the shores, the snow was seen.10. The outside temperature dropped within the tolerable limit.11. From the distance the ship was beautifully sailing.12. It is glowing with so many lights of different colors.13. The passengers were celebrating until midnight.14. The Captain went around the ship to check if everything is alright.15. Some passengers were enjoying with their friends at the lobby.16. Others are playing cards around the table.17. Laughing loudly, the lady caught the attention of the Captain.18. The Captain smiled with his right hand waving.19. After some meeting with his men, He decided for a midnight rest.School: ________________________________ Page 96 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE20. The stars slowly disappear when the sun breaks its silence from the east. ----------o0o----------School: ________________________________ Page 97 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE TEST FORM: WPE 32NAME DATE SCORE PERCENTAGE________________________________________ ____________ _______ __________Last First MiddleCATEGORY: SUPERVISED BY Teacher: ______________________________W&P ___ Clause ___ VTVP ___ VFSPPAGE NO. NO.OF ITEM VENUE: TIME STARTED: TIME FINISHED:__________ ___________ ____________ _______________ ________________PURPOSE FOR TAKING THIS EXAM: SCHOOL:___ Assessment _____Exam _____ Others _____________________________________1 282 293 304 315 326 337 348 359 3610 3711 3812 3913 4014 4115 4216 4317 4418 4519 4620 4721 4822 4923 5024 5125 5226 5327 54School: ________________________________ Page 98 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE WPE 32: ADJECTIVE AND ADVERBIAL PHRASES NO.1LEXAdjective prepositional phrases modify nouns and pronouns.Adverbial prepositional phrases modify verbs.MORPHLook at these sentences: ¹The students are listening aboutgrammar rules. ²One of the students raises a right hand to ask.On the first sentence, “about grammar rules” is an adverbialphrase because it modifies the verb phrase “are listening” inthe sentence; while on the second sentence, “of the students” isthe adjective phrase because it modifies the noun “one.”ERGON (20 POINTS)Each prepositional phrase in the sentence has been underlined.Decide if it is an adjective of adverbial phrase by underliningyour answer.1. The passengers boarded the ship with great expectation. (adjective phrase) (adverbial phrase)2. Many of them have recently retired from service. (adjective phrase) (adverbial phrase)3. They want to see the beautiful Islands of the Caribbean.(adjective phrase) (adverbial phrase)4. The Captain arrived on time for the sail of a lifetime. (adjective phrase) (adverbial phrase)5. The ship, with upgraded technology in its system, will travel for one month.(adjective phrase) (adverbial phrase)6. It will pass through the Atlantic Ocean to Southern America. (adjective phrase) (adverbial phrase)7. I dream of travelling the world when I was young. (adjective phrase) (adverbial phrase)8. Because the ocean embodies my philosophy in life, Sea-travel is great. (adjective phrase) (adverbial phrase)9. I was in the province of beautiful island of Samar when I was young.(adjective phrase) (adverbial phrase)10. I would get the goggles of my uncle to fish. (adjective phrase) (adverbial phrase)11. I enjoy swimming during the school vacation because there are no classes.(adjective phrase) (adverbialSchool: ________________________________ Page 99 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE phrase)12. The seashore with a lot of starfish and empty shells are one of the things I like to watch and collect.(adjective phrase) (adverbial phrase)13. The grandparents from my mother side were the ones that brought me up.(adjective phrase) (adverbial phrase)14. They taught me how to gather coconuts when it was harvest time.(adjective phrase) (adverbial phrase)15. The carabaos in most cases are used to help farmers.(adjective phrase) (adverbial phrase)16. They have a good tracking retention down and up the mountain.(adjective phrase) (adverbial phrase)17. Because there is no transportation vehicle, these animals are used. (adjective phrase) (adverbial phrase)18. On top of the hill, I can see the vast Pacific Ocean.(adjective phrase) (adverbial phrase)19. I dreamed of one day to cross that ocean and see the other side. (adjective phrase) (adverbial phrase)20. May the Lord of the universe allow this to happen before I die.(adjective phrase) (adverbial phrase) ----------o0o----------School: ________________________________ Page 100 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE TEST FORM: WPE 33NAME DATE SCORE PERCENTAGE________________________________________ ____________ _______ __________Last First MiddleCATEGORY: SUPERVISED BY Teacher: ______________________________W&P ___ Clause ___ VTVP ___ VFSPPAGE NO. NO.OF ITEM VENUE: TIME STARTED: TIME FINISHED:__________ ___________ ____________ _______________ ________________PURPOSE FOR TAKING THIS EXAM: SCHOOL:___ Assessment _____Exam _____ Others _____________________________________1 282 293 304 315 326 337 348 359 3610 3711 3812 3913 4014 4115 4216 4317 4418 4519 4620 4721 4822 4923 5024 5125 5226 5327 54School: ________________________________ Page 101 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE WPE 33: TEST 3 - CUMULATIVE ASSESSMENT 2To this point in your study you have been introduced to variousparts of speech to include the verb used as the verb in asentence, the noun and pronoun used as the subject of the verbor as object of the preposition, the conjunction “and” used toform compound parts such as subjects, verbs, and objects, theadjective, the adverb, the preposition and prepositional phrasesused as adjectives and adverbs.OBJECTIVES¹To know how much understanding you have reached based on theprevious lesson; ²to find out the accuracy of understanding; and³to pinpoint the area of weaknesses and strengths of thestudent.ERGON (65 POINTS)Read each question below and do as directed.1-5: Select the verb in each sentence below. Include any verbphrases or compound verbs.1. The tour should have been scheduled a day before.2. Assistant Cruise Director, Jake, could have coordinated the jobs earlier.3. A student‟s research work must be shown to the Instructor.4. All students shall be given an assessment.5. The meals were served in the pan.6-15: Select the subject of the verb in each sentence below.Include any compound subjects.6. By the end of the war, Bibby Line had carried over 200,000 British.7. It also carried 25,000 American troops.8. Because of the war, “Worcestershire” became a casualty in World War 1.9. At the outbreak of World War 2, Bibby Line was requisitioned for the war.10. All eleven ships were used for diverse civilian and military purposes.11. Compound subjects and compound verbs may be used in the sentence.12. “Smith and Stuart” is a compound subject.13. Jan and Alice skated and danced.14. Beulah, Pia, and Tam shook hands, smiled and walked home.School: ________________________________ Page 102 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE15. Compound subjects and compound verbs may be in a sentence.16-25: Select any one-word adjectives found in the followingsentences. Please include the articles as adjectives.16.The iron Screw ship was found.17.The ship Braganza collided with another streamer.18.She sank immediately with the loss of twenty-two lives.19.Nearly 125 years later, her wreck was found in 1994.20.In 1859 the Bibby Line, “Venetian,” was built.43. It was the first vessel made by the Belfast shipyard Harland & Wolf.44. Of the 21 ships built by the yard, eighteen were for the Bibby Line.45. The Bibby Line had provided strong business opportunity for Harland & Wolff.46. Arthur Wilson was the guiding force in the fortunes of Bibby Line.47. Realizing the vast potential of the Burma trade, Wilson ordered two new streamers.26-35: Select any one-word adverbs found in the followingsentences.26. With diverse vessels sailing vigorously across continents, Bibby serves.27. Bibby aggressively strategizes its resources.28. She aims surely and correctly.29. Bibby is backed up with committed employees convincingly.30. Believably, she will be in the forefront of the industry.31. Expanding into maritime business, Bibby shall tirelessly pursue services.32. Her reputation is undoubtedly accepted.33. Bibby mutually provided prosperity to its counterpart.34. The students should be proud of Bibby‟s status convincingly.35. What and where she is now has been tirelessly pursued by its people.36-43: Using the sample sentence below, answer the followingquestions by selecting your retort. Read the sentence carefully:School: ________________________________ Page 103 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE“The Victorian school strongly delivered the maritimecurriculum.”Answer the questions:36. What grammar function does the first word “the” serve?(verb) (subject of verb) (an adjective) (an adverb)(object of the predicate)37. What grammar function does the word “Victorian” serve? (verb) (subject of verb) (an adjective) (an adverb)(object of the predicate)38. What grammar function does the word “school” serve? (verb)(subject of verb) (an adjective) (an adverb) (object of the predicate)39. What grammar function does the word “strongly” serve? (verb)(subject of verb) (an adjective) (an adverb) (object of the predicate)40. What grammar function does the word “delivered” serve?(verb) (subject of verb) (an adjective) (an adverb) (object of the predicate)41. What grammar function does the second word “the” serve? (verb) (subject of verb) (an adjective) (an adverb) (object of the predicate)42. What grammar function does the second word “maritime” serve? (verb)(subject of verb) (an adjective) (an adverb)(object of the predicate)43. What grammar function does the second word “curriculum” serve? (verb) (subject of verb) (an adjective) (an adverb)(object of the predicate)44-53: Using the sample sentence below, answer whether theunderlined word(s) is adjective or adverbial phrase byencircling them.44. The passengers boarded the ship with great expectation. (adjective phrase) (adverbial phrase)45. Many of them have recently retired from service. (adjective phrase) (adverbial phrase)46. They want to see the beautiful Islands of the Caribbean. (adjective phrase) (adverbial phrase)47. The Captain arrived on time for the sail of a lifetime. (adjective phrase) (adverbial phrase)48. The ship with upgraded technology in its system will travel for one month. (adjective phrase) (adverbial phrase)49. It will pass through the Atlantic Ocean to SouthernSchool: ________________________________ Page 104 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE America. (adjective phrase) (adverbial phrase)50. I dream of travelling the world when I was young. (adjective phrase) (adverbial phrase)51. Because the ocean embodies my philosophy in life, the sea-travel is great. (adjective phrase) (adverbial phrase)52. I was in the province of beautiful island of Samar when I was young. (adjective phrase) (adverbial phrase)53. I would get the goggle of my uncle to fish.54-65: Select the correct word of comparison in the followingsentences by underlining them.54. Your graduates are the (smarter) (smartest) in the industry.55. Our team of teachers is the (better) (best) team in this business.56. Obviously, our team is (better) (best) than your team.57. Which school is (more effective) (most effective), ours or theirs?58. That dish is the (hotter) (hottest) that I have ever eaten.59. You have the (older) (oldest) teacher in this school.60. Is Bibby Line (older) (oldest) than most of shipping industry in the Philippines?61. Of all your students, I am the (smarter) (smartest).62. In fact, I am the (smarter) (smartest) student during my elementary years.63. Of all the projects, JBM Publishing House is the (newer)(newest).64. Davao‟s project is (larger) (largest) than Victorian‟s Institute in Manila.65. Of the two branches, Davao is (farther) (farthest). ----------o0o----------School: ________________________________ Page 105 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE TEST FORM: WPE 34NAME DATE SCORE PERCENTAGE________________________________________ ____________ _______ __________Last First MiddleCATEGORY: SUPERVISED BY Teacher: ______________________________W&P ___ Clause ___ VTVP ___ VFSPPAGE NO. NO.OF ITEM VENUE: TIME STARTED: TIME FINISHED:__________ ___________ ____________ _______________ ________________PURPOSE FOR TAKING THIS EXAM: SCHOOL:___ Assessment _____Exam _____ Others _____________________________________1 282 293 304 315 326 337 348 359 3610 3711 3812 3913 4014 4115 4216 4317 4418 4519 4620 4721 4822 4923 5024 5125 5226 5327 54School: ________________________________ Page 106 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE WPE 34: PHRASES HIDING THE SUBJECTS NO.1LEXFinding the subject of a sentence is oftentimes difficult for astudent because of prepositional phrases. These phrases aresometimes inserted between the subject and the verb.MORPHLook at this sentence: ¹The philosophy, vision, mission andgoals in all companies are very important in order for itspeople to understand why they exist. In that sentence,“philosophy,” “vision,” “mission,” and “goals” are the subjects,where, “in all companies” is its prepositional phrase.ERGON (20 POINTS)Find the prepositional phrase that modify the subject byunderlining them.1. Our values being implemented to all are at the heart of everything we do.2. They are in most cases not just a list of words.3. For our customers, they are a list of expectation.4. For our people, we deliver a set of guidelines to steer us.5. These golden written values in the right business direction are a guiding light.6. We as one body and one soul in all out markets challenge convention.7. These values with positively challenging moral forces deliver better service to our customers.8. We, in this company challenge ourselves to the best and consistently improve in it.9. Our business across the global market is built on our reputation.10. Adhering to the sincerity of our leaders is the defining quality of everything we do.11. The foundation of the way we do business is all about real integrity.12. By understanding the value of innovation, we embrace change in order to grow.13. Over 200 years up to now we have managed to consistently change to sustain our growth.14. Change, by looking forward and making the past a lesson is the way to face the challenges.15. We, in this business of noble intention work with global community concern.16. With a long term view in mind, we allow our businesses, customers and suppliers to grow together.School: ________________________________ Page 107 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE17. The health and safety of all our people in this business are paramount.18. Putting our customers first and working with them wholeheartedly cannot be compromised.19. Understanding their specific needs in the most honest way is what we objectively do.20. Welcoming new talent into our business is a way of supporting continued development. ----------o0o----------School: ________________________________ Page 108 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE TEST FORM: WPE 35NAME DATE SCORE PERCENTAGE________________________________________ ____________ _______ __________Last First MiddleCATEGORY: SUPERVISED BY Teacher: ______________________________W&P ___ Clause ___ VTVP ___ VFSPPAGE NO. NO.OF ITEM VENUE: TIME STARTED: TIME FINISHED:__________ ___________ ____________ _______________ ________________PURPOSE FOR TAKING THIS EXAM: SCHOOL:___ Assessment _____Exam _____ Others _____________________________________1 282 293 304 315 326 337 348 359 3610 3711 3812 3913 4014 4115 4216 4317 4418 4519 4620 4721 4822 4923 5024 5125 5226 5327 54School: ________________________________ Page 109 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE WPE 35: PREPOSITIONS FUNCTIONING AS VERBS NO.1LEXThere are words like verb and preposition join together in thesentence. When they do, this becomes a verb-preposition verbphrase.MORPHLook at this sentence, ¹He looks on the bright side of life. Inthat sentence, “looks on” is the preposition functioning asverb phrase.ERGON (20 POINTS)The sentences below contain common verb-preposition phrases.Select the complete verb phrase in each sentence by underliningthem.1. I have a mixed up feelings for this place.2. You are giving up without trying hard.3. We will talk this over for friendship‟s sake.4. He made up his mind last night.5. I am fed up with your nonsense idea.6. I got canned up today for several offenses.7. Somebody should make up his mind.8. He looks on the bright side of life.9. Squatters live from hand to mouth.10. You are slacking off rather than working hard for your studies.11. I am not beating around the bush this time.12. You don‟t butt in when somebody talks seriously.13. Students go into serious studies to pass the subject.14. We cannot shell out that much for this food.15. The professor never shut up lecturing to students.16. I will drop by tomorrow to get the package.17. He is hanging around at the bar last night.18. He was down in the dumps after losing his job.19. That student is made of money because he can buy expensive stuff.20. He goes into business without hesitation.School: ________________________________ Page 110 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE TEST FORM: WPE 36NAME DATE SCORE PERCENTAGE________________________________________ ____________ _______ __________Last First MiddleCATEGORY: SUPERVISED BY Teacher: ______________________________W&P ___ Clause ___ VTVP ___ VFSPPAGE NO. NO.OF ITEM VENUE: TIME STARTED: TIME FINISHED:__________ ___________ ____________ _______________ ________________PURPOSE FOR TAKING THIS EXAM: SCHOOL:___ Assessment _____Exam _____ Others _____________________________________1 282 293 304 315 326 337 348 359 3610 3711 3812 3913 4014 4115 4216 4317 4418 4519 4620 4721 4822 4923 5024 5125 5226 5327 54School: ________________________________ Page 111 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE WPE 36: PREPOSITIONS FUNCTIONING AS VERBS NO.2LEXCombination of preposition and verb sometimes go together andwith that prepositions may function as verbs.MORPHFor this lesson, look at this sentence: ¹Bibby Line has beenmutually helped out by some of its counterpart in the business.The words “helped out” is a combination of verb “helped” andpreposition “out”. Together, they form preposition-verb phrase.ERGON (20 POINTS)Find the preposition-verb or verb phrase in each sentence byunderlining them. 1. He gives-in to the request of the Management to help the Housekeeping staff. 2. The man jump-off upon hearing the bonus that the Management will be giving this Christmas. 3. He outsmarted his own-self compared to previous records of coming to his work early. 4. He is pissed-off yet has managed to control himself upon knowing of his boss‟s presence. 5. He was shouting-out loud because the engine could give-in very shortly. 6. The earning of the company shoots up according to the latest financial report. 7. He copyrighted the book immediately to protect the intellectual rights of its author. 8. The topic was brought up in the meeting to know if the majority of board members would agree about it. 9. He laid down the plan for the next budget-hearing. 10. He is not giving up this time to protect his loyal men. 11. The financial gain of the company overtakes the one last year. 12. The Management overruled the decision to venture continuously to oil business.13. He stood up and opened up the meeting about business opportunities to Burma. 14. These are walk-in customers yet potential investors. 15. He should have outsmarted the challenger‟s ideas but chose not to. 16. He will be closing down the business due to some reason.School: ________________________________ Page 112 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE17. He should have off-loaded the passenger‟s baggage.18. I might be coming over tomorrow.19. You should wake-up the Captain to decide about which turn we should go due to typhoon.20.The Captain immediately jumped-off the bed and headed to the radar screen. ----------o0o----------School: ________________________________ Page 113 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE TEST FORM: WPE 37NAME DATE SCORE PERCENTAGE________________________________________ ____________ _______ __________Last First MiddleCATEGORY: SUPERVISED BY Teacher: ______________________________W&P ___ Clause ___ VTVP ___ VFSPPAGE NO. NO.OF ITEM VENUE: TIME STARTED: TIME FINISHED:__________ ___________ ____________ _______________ ________________PURPOSE FOR TAKING THIS EXAM: SCHOOL:___ Assessment _____Exam _____ Others _____________________________________1 282 293 304 315 326 337 348 359 3610 3711 3812 3913 4014 4115 4216 4317 4418 4519 4620 4721 4822 4923 5024 5125 5226 5327 54School: ________________________________ Page 114 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE WPE 37: ADVERBS MODIFYING ADJECTIVES NO.1LEXAdverbs are modifier of verbs. Adverbs are also modifier ofadjectives.MORPHLook at these sentences: ¹She is admittedly unequal. Anothersentence is: ²Among the many companies in the world, Bibby Lineis honestly strong. The words “admittedly” and “honestly” arecalled adverbs.ERGON (30 POINTS)Find the adverbs that modify the adjectives by encircling them.1. Bibby Line has been very successful.2. Its business is undoubtedly excellent.3. The values it carries are very good.4. Even the queen has recognized her extreme supremacy.5. She grew extremely well in 2003 to 2007.6. Bibby‟s historical past is understandably exceptional.7. Her reputation is acceptably recognized.8. The business became very prosperous.9. She is often quick to respond to new opportunities.10. The Division‟s strategy is exceptionally clear.11. The people behind its success are confidently aggressive.12. It has great confidence to its people.13. Its competitors are desperately envious.14. This business has been exceedingly long in its existence.15. The people of this hall of famer business are extremely good.16. They work honestly hard.17. Existing with such a record is unbelievably phenomenal.18. It is because they are honestly helpful to the world‟s economy.19. There can never be a company whose reputation and integrity is honestly transparent.20. Their people and business partners are extremely happy.21. You are very nervous, why?22. You are surprisingly lovely!23. The people around us are unbelievably cooperative.24. Yes, because they know that you are honestly humble to make this project a success.25. They say that they are progressively joyful for this endeavor.26. So, he is confidently trustful of what they can do.School: ________________________________ Page 115 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE27. Other people are suspiciously silent.28. This action jumpstarts clumsy chatty investors.29. He comes almost daily.30. He sings very lovely. ----------o0o----------School: ________________________________ Page 116 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE TEST FORM: WPE 38NAME DATE SCORE PERCENTAGE________________________________________ ____________ _______ __________Last First MiddleCATEGORY: SUPERVISED BY Teacher: ______________________________W&P ___ Clause ___ VTVP ___ VFSPPAGE NO. NO.OF ITEM VENUE: TIME STARTED: TIME FINISHED:__________ ___________ ____________ _______________ ________________PURPOSE FOR TAKING THIS EXAM: SCHOOL:___ Assessment _____Exam _____ Others _____________________________________1 282 293 304 315 326 337 348 359 3610 3711 3812 3913 4014 4115 4216 4317 4418 4519 4620 4721 4822 4923 5024 5125 5226 5327 54School: ________________________________ Page 117 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE WPE 38: ADVERBS MODIFYING OTHER ADVERB NO.1LEXAdverbs can function as modifier of another adverb. When thishappens, the second adverb receives more meaning and createsadditional color to the sentence.MORPHFor this exercise, look at this sentence: ¹God blesses mostoften those who labored with honesty and integrity. The word“most” is an adverb and it is modifying another adverb, “often”.ERGON (25 POINTS)Find the adverb that modifies another adverb by encircling them.1. Bibby Line is recognized more often for their integrity.2. Every student of St. Joe should learn right now its importance.3. They should never forget how Bibby Line has achieved that success.4. Some students will certainly not realize this now but soon they will.5. They work very hard to achieve respect.6. Bibby Line performed unbelievably high amidst recession.7. Its business is undoubtedly strong.8. The values she carries are very high.9. She grew extremely fast amidst challenges.10. Its competitors are obviously behind compared to what it is now.11. It has grown astonishingly fast.12. It is admittedly obvious.13. Her people must be gratefully proud because God had often answered their prayer.14. They are now extremely happy for the result of their toil.15. Bibby Line will surely be proud as the strongest and wealthiest shipping company.16. He never makes bad words.17. He will now sing religiously.18. Although this is not recklessly done.19. She is very aggressive in terms of decision-making.20. Manny “Pacman” Pacquiao, a boxer, is amazingly fast and strong.21. As an eight world title holder, few, if not none,School: ________________________________ Page 118 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE can now powerfully do such a thing.22. When he fights, he more carefully deliver powerful punches.23. He is an extremely quick fighter.24. He can soon invincibly fight.25. Because of what he did for Filipinos, they are more grateful. ----------o0o----------School: ________________________________ Page 119 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE TEST FORM: WPE 39NAME DATE SCORE PERCENTAGE________________________________________ ____________ _______ __________Last First MiddleCATEGORY: SUPERVISED BY Teacher: ______________________________W&P ___ Clause ___ VTVP ___ VFSPPAGE NO. NO.OF ITEM VENUE: TIME STARTED: TIME FINISHED:__________ ___________ ____________ _______________ ________________PURPOSE FOR TAKING THIS EXAM: SCHOOL:___ Assessment _____Exam _____ Others _____________________________________1 282 293 304 315 326 337 348 359 3610 3711 3812 3913 4014 4115 4216 4317 4418 4519 4620 4721 4822 4923 5024 5125 5226 5327 54School: ________________________________ Page 120 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE WPE 39: DEMONSTRATIVESLEXDemonstratives work as determiner and work used in grammar topoint to something or someone in relation to space or location.They are used to modify a noun or a pronoun. Example ofdemonstrative is “these,” “those,” “this,” and “that.”MORPHHere are the sample sentences: ¹These books are borrowed fromthe library. Another sentence is, ²This book is used forclassroom reference. Look at this sentence, ³Those books on thetable may get wet. Look at this last sentence: 4That book on theshelf is a gift from my grandfather. Here are the explanationsfor those underlined words - “These” is used for plural nounwhile “This” is used for singular noun. In addition, “These” and“this” are used for something that is near. “Those” is used forplural noun and “that” is used for singular noun. They bothrefer to something far or in a distance. They are modifiers ofnoun or pronoun and can also be called as demonstratives.ERGON (25 POINTS)Rewrite the whole sentence by choosing the correct word(s) inthe parenthesis by underlining them.1. These (apple) (apples) (is) (are) delicious.2. This (children) (child) (is) (are) able to bear the long distance travel.3. Who is (that) (those) (boys) (boy) standing on the terrace?4. Why are (these) (this) (channel) (channels) not Working accurately in this location?5. Something is wrong to (that) (those) (record) (records) submitted to the principal‟s office!6. Most of these (viewer) (viewers) would like to see (those) (that) pair to dance.7. Amazing! (Those) (That) (is) (are) wonderful moves!8. There (is) (are) an announcement about (this) (these) upcoming events next week.9. We better submit all the requirements before (that) (those) deadline (is) (are) announced.10. Why (are) (is) (those) (that) people looking at us?11. Hi. May I borrow (this) (these) notebook for a while?12. (These) (This) (book) (books) are almost sold out when I arrived at the bookstore.13. I am glad that (those) (that) lesson (was) (were) given (this) (these) morning.School: ________________________________ Page 121 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE14. Which do you think is more difficult (these) (this) lessons or (that) (those) subject?15. I have been to so many places and I have never seen (that) (those) kind of mammal.16. I think it would be acceptable to all if we give (these) (this) special number about Ati-Atihan dance.17. I now understand many English grammar principles because (that) (those) teacher encouraged me to read (these) (this) books.18. Can you imagine how they may have reacted if she did not show up (this) (these) morning with complete attire? She could have been axed (that) (those) did not happen!19. Now it is too easy for me to learn (these) (this) principle about demonstratives because of (these) (this) exercises.20. I can now create a sentence using (this) (these) demonstratives.21. I wonder if my classmates are able to learn (these) (this) quickly.22. If I had been given the chance to study before, I could have improved more my grammar skills because (this) (these) is what I love to do.24. Could you please hand me (that) (those) soup carefully. Thank you.25. At last, I have mastered the use of (these) (this) principle. ----------o0o----------School: ________________________________ Page 122 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE TEST FORM: WPE 40 Post AssessmentNAME DATE SCORE PERCENTAGE________________________________________ ____________ _______ __________Last First MiddleCATEGORY: SUPERVISED BY Teacher: ______________________________W&P ___ Clause ___ VTVP ___ VFSPPAGE NO. NO.OF ITEM VENUE: TIME STARTED: TIME FINISHED:__________ ___________ ____________ _______________ ________________PURPOSE FOR TAKING THIS EXAM: SCHOOL:___ Assessment _____Exam _____ Others _____________________________________1 282 293 304 315 326 337 348 359 3610 3711 3812 3913 4014 4115 4216 4317 4418 4519 4620 4721 4822 4923 5024 5125 5226 5327 54School: ________________________________ Page 123 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE55 8956 9057 9158 9259 9360 9461 9562 9663 9764 9865 9966 10067 10168 10269 10370 10471 10572 10673 10774 10875 10976 11077 11178 11279 11380 11481 11582 11683 11784 11885 11986 12087 12188 122School: ________________________________ Page 124 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE WPE 40: POST ASSESSMENTYou are now equipped with skills on how to carefully understandthe function of “words and phrases” in a sentence. You mustprove your skills by answering all the questions below. Rememberthat you must reach a minimum average of 85% for this test.ERGON (80 POINTS)Answer the test below. Make sure you follow the directions.1-10: Select the verb(s) by encircling them.1. These values with positively challenging moral forces deliver better service to our customers.2. We, in this company, challenge ourselves to the best and consistently improve in it.3. Our business across the global market is built on our reputation.4. Adhering to the sincerity of our leaders is the defining quality of everything we do.5. The foundation of the way we do business is all about real integrity.6. By understanding the value of innovation, we embrace change in order to grow.7. Over 200 years up to now we have managed to consistently change to sustain our growth.8. Change, by looking forward and making the past a lesson, is the way to face the challenges.9. We, in this business of noble intention, work with global community concern.10. With a long term view in mind, we allow our businesses, customers and suppliers to grow together.11-20: Select the subject(s) by encircling them.11. Our values, being implemented to all, are at the heart of everything we do.12. They are in most cases not just a list of words.13. For our customers, they are a list of expectation.14. For our people, we deliver a set of guidelines to steer us.15. These golden written values are in the right business direction.16. We, as one body and one soul, challenge convention in all out markets.17. These values with positively challenging moral forces deliver better service to our customers.School: ________________________________ Page 125 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE18. We, in this company challenge ourselves to the best and consistently improve in it.19. Our business across the global market is built on our reputation.20. Adhering to the sincerity of our leaders is the defining quality of everything we do.21-33: Select any one-word adverbs found in the followingsentences by encircling them.21. Upon hearing this, all personnel were enlightened.22. The workers were motivated after that meeting.23. Because of the officers‟ initiative, the grievances were honestly addressed.24. The ship peacefully sailed until it reached the pier.25. The people learned since that day to open and trust each other.26. Business grows strongly when its workforce live with contentment.27. But the Management should now treat its people with respect and equality.28. Undoubtedly, you can be promoted because of your skills and qualifications.29. But it definitely requires within your innermost being a sound value and excellent character to stay there.30. Everyone honestly needs to check the basis of their value-system.31. Your character shall surely be tested with great intensity to see how far it can go.32. Tirelessly find with open heart and mind the source of excellent moral standard.33. Becoming a man of integrity and excellence is persistently achieved through moral guidance of God‟s Word.34-40: Select any and all prepositional phrases found in thefollowing sentences. Select the whole phrase by underliningthem. 34. Adhering to the sincerity of our leaders is the defining quality of everything we do. 35. The foundation of the way we do business is all about real integrity. 36. By understanding the value of innovation, we embrace change in order to grow.School: ________________________________ Page 126 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE37. Over 200 years up to now we have managed to consistently change to sustain our growth in the light of proven principles.38. Change, by looking forward and making the past a lesson is the way to face the challenges.39. We, in this business of noble intention, work with global community concern.40. With a long term view in mind, we allow our businesses, customers and suppliers to grow together.41-60: In each sentence below, a prepositional phrase isunderlined. Select below each sentence whether that phrase is anadjective phrase or an adverbial phrase by encircling youranswer.41. The vessel travels at sea. It was built by Belfast Harland. It is part of the ships. (adjective phrase) (adverbial phrase)42. The company for a very good reason left the partnership in 2005 to do other projects. (adjective phrase) (adverbial phrase)43. In 1902, Bibby Line became one of the „Four B‟s. It was voted by as „the ideal type of employer‟ by the Trade Unions. Bibby Line had the distinction of being the longest established of the four. (adjective phrase) (adverbial phrase)44. It took place at the outbreak of WW1. By the end of the year they were successful. “Worcestershire” became a casualty of this war. (adjective phrase) (adverbial phrase)45. This is due to the exceptionally good value of the market that came in. (adjective phrase) (adverbial phrase46. The year 1880 was the beginning of naming Bibby ships. The Yorkshire was the first of the Bibby fleet. It engaged as troopship in the Boer War. It became known during this war. (adjective phrase) (adverbial phrase)47. Bibby is a conglomeration of a dynamic group of global companies.(adjective phrase) (adverbial phrase)48. It is a global company with interests in shipping, marine services, logistics, financial services, offshore services and retailing. (adjective phrase)(adverbial phrase)49. The engine of unprecedented success is our people. (adjective phrase)(adverbial phrase)50. The company over the past three years has donated £2m to different charities.School: ________________________________ Page 127 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE (adjective phrase)(adverbial phrase)51. In 1893 Bibby Line was placed on the “Government Approved” list. This gave the incentive to develop passenger accommodation on board the vessel. (adjective phrase) (adverbial phrase)52. It is the official history of Bibby Line. He is the guiding force in the fortunes. He realized the potential of the Burma trade. (adjective phrase) (adverbial phrase)53. The core of everything we do is our values. (adjective phrase) (adverbial phrase)54. Lancashire recorded the best time for the run to Burma in 23 days. Soon, it gained the reputation for travel-reliability. By never having had a voyage disrupted, it succeeded. (adjective phrase) (adverbial phrase)55. They are the list of expectations for our customers. (adjective phrase)(adverbial phrase)56. Our values are guidelines to steer us all in the right business direction. (adjective phrase) (adverbial phrase)57. We challenge convention in all our markets to deliver better service. (adjective phrase) (adverbial phrase)58. At the outbreak of war and dispute, the ships were requisitioned.(adjective phrase)(adverbial phrase)59. To serve as hospital ships, these vessels for trade and business were converted. (adjective phrase) (adverbial phrase)60. By the end of war and desolation, Bibby Line had served over 200,000 British and 25,000 American troops.(adjective phrase) (adverbial phrase)61-74: Using the sample sentences below, answer the followingquestions by selecting the “function” or how the word or phraseserves in the sentence. Read the sentence:“These values with positively challenging moral forces deliverbetter service to our global customers.”Underline your answer:61. What sentence function does the word “these” serve in the sentence above? (the verb) (subject of the verb) (an adjective) (an adverb)(preposition)(object of the prepositional phrase (demonstrative)School: ________________________________ Page 128 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE62. What sentence function does the word “values” serve? (the verb) (subject of the verb) (an adjective) (an adverb) (preposition)(object of the prepositional phrase) (demonstrative)63. What function does the phrase “with” serve? (the verb) (subject of the verb) (an adjective) (an adverb)(preposition)(object of the prepositional phrase)(demonstrative)64. What function does the word “positively” serve? (the verb) (subject of the verb) (an adjective) (an adverb)(preposition)(object of the prepositional phrase)(demonstrative)65. What function does the word “challenging” serve? (the verb) (subject of the verb) (an adjective)(an adverb)(preposition)(object of the prepositional phrase)(demonstrative)66. What function does the word “moral” serve? (the verb) (subject of the verb) (an adjective)(an adverb)(preposition)(object of the prepositional phrase)(demonstrative) 67. What function does the word “forces” serve? (the verb) (subject of the verb) (an adjective) (an adverb)(preposition)(object of the prepositional phrase)(demonstrative) 68. What function does the word “deliver” serve? (the verb) (subject of the verb) (an adjective) (an adverb)(preposition)(object of the prepositional phrase)(demonstrative) 69. What function does the word “better” serve? (the verb) (subject of the verb) (an adjective) (an adverb)(preposition)(object of the prepositional phrase)(demonstrative) 70. What function does the word “service” serve? (the verb) (subject of the verb) (an adjective) (an adverb)(preposition)(object of the prepositional phrase)(demonstrative) 71. What function does the word “to” serve? (the verb) (subject of the verb) (an adjective) (an adverb)(preposition)(object of the prepositional phrase)(demonstrative) 72. What function does the word “our” serve? (the verb) (subject of the verb) (an adjective) (an adverb)(preposition)(object of the prepositional phrase)(demonstrative) 73. What function does the word “global” serve? (the verb) (subject of the verb) (an adjective) (an adverb)(preposition)(object of the prepositionalSchool: ________________________________ Page 129 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE phrase)(demonstrative)74. What function does the word “customers” serve? (the verb) (subject of the verb) (an adjective) (an adverb)(preposition)(object of the prepositional phrase)(demonstrative)75-80: Read each question below and do as directed.75. Bibby Line has been very successful. Select the verb76. Its business is undoubtedly excellent. Select the subject of the verb77. The values it carries for so many decades are very good. Select the prepositional phrase78. She grew admirably well in 2003 to 2007. Select the adverb79. Even the queen has undoubtedly recognized her extreme supremacy. Select three adjectives80. I now understand how words and phrases work in a sentence. Find one adverb and one prepositional phrase ----------o0o----------School: ________________________________ Page 130 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE VOL. 2: CLAUSES “Who is there among you who is wise and intelligent? Then let him by his noble living show it.” - James 3:13School: ________________________________ Page 131 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSEABOUT VOLUME 2: CLAUSESThis book contains exercises concerning complete/simplepredicate, complete/simple subject, appositive, fragment, nounclause, adjective clause, adverbial clause,dependent/independent clauses; different sentence structuressuch as simple, simple complex, compound, and compound complexwith pre/post assessment and cumulative tests.Obviously, this volume is a work-text which is very useful forhigh school, college, and technical workers but based onfeedback even professionals find this book very useful too. Theapproach is straight to the point but less technical in itsstrategy to impart learning easier and quicker. This module isuseful either for classroom or for a self-directed study. Thefirst lesson is immediately requiring students to answer thepre-assessment test as a sort of RPL (Review of Prior Learning)and then introduce them to exercises until they reach the firstcumulative test. After series of grammar drills and collectivetests, they will reach the post and final exam, where allprevious lessons are integrated on the test. Students shouldachieve the general average of 87% to qualify for the next stageof study, clause. Thus, every book is a pre-requisite for the nextlevel.To increase one‟s lexical resource, diction, and accent(BrE/AmE), the author has published a book about 1) THE DAILYLANGUAGE BREAD: A SPOKEN ENGLISH LEARNED QUICKLY WITH CD and 2)LEARNING ENGLISH FASTER USING THE TIMELINE OF VERBS. Email theauthor to jose_morillo2000@yahoo.com and order for a copy. Studentsare also advised to read more articles and newspapers toincrease their vocabulary. They should watch English news,movies, talk shows and listen to a radio station with Englishprogram. Lastly, students should find ways to use more Englishwords in their daily conversation and never forget to ask God tomaster this art. This book‟s ultimate objective is to guidestudents become scientific composer of words which is veryimportant in responding with today‟s English communicationchallenges.For the meantime, learn this first stage of grammar, Words andPhrases. Thank you very much.School: ________________________________ Page 132 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSEHOW DOES EACH LESSON PRESENTED?First, a grammar rule (LEX) is explained. Second, an example(MORPH) is presented to show how the principle is applied.Often, there are two or more models presented for purposes offamiliarization before a string of exercises (ERGON) is given.These drills are designed to help students assimilate the lessonquickly to slowly build up grammar-skill and self-confidence.OBJECTIVES:For this study, it is expected that the exercises, cumulativetests, and post tests will be able to:1. Increase student‟s understanding about the principles and functions of clauses;2. Develop the habit of objective analysis and critical observation;4. Increase self-confidence;5. Achieve minimum proficiency of 87%.School: ________________________________ Page 133 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE TEST FORM: WPE 2NAME DATE SCORE PERCENTAGE________________________________________ ____________ _______ __________Last First MiddleCATEGORY: SUPERVISED BY___W&P ___ Clause ___ VTVP ___ VFSP Teacher: ___________________________PAGE NO. NO.OF ITEM VENUE: TIME STARTED: TIME FINISHED:__________ ___________ ____________ _______________ ________________PURPOSE FOR TAKING THIS EXAM: SCHOOL:___ Assessment _____Exam _____ Others _____________________________________1 312 323 334 345 356 367 378 389 3910 4011 4112 4213 4314 4415 4516 4617 4718 4819 4920 5021 5122 5223 5324 5425 5526 5627 5728 5829 5930 60School: ________________________________ Page 134 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE CPE 1: PRE- ASSESSMENT TEST 1As part of grammar-learning, it is a must that you try to getthis pre-assessment test to determine how much of grammar rulesyou can still remember ABOUT CLAUSES. This is important forlater evaluation of your proficiency.ERGON (60 POINTS)Read all instructions and do as directed.1-5: Select the complete predicate in the following simplesentences by underlining them.1. Sea-travel is a great thing to experience.2. The Captain will be inspecting the cabin anytime.3. The shipments were removed from the deck.4. The Housekeeping Department prepared and ensured cleanliness to passengers.5. The Housekeeping Department required each staff to observe excellence.6-10: Select all simple predicate in the following sentences byunderlining them.6. The Assistant Chief Housekeeper is part of the team.7. The Floor Supervisor and Housekeeping Staff were passenger ship‟s team.8. A large crowd will be boarding the ship.9. On the way to destination, the ship was watched and cheered.10. Red, white, and blue flags were raised in the center pole.11-15: Select the appositives in the following simple sentencesby underlining them.11. The team, Housekeeping Department, ensures excellent services.12. The same as in any five star hotels on land should be the cruise ship, Shire.13. Our security team, Tigers, shall never cease to guard.14. While cleaning the tables, he, Mr. Smith, smiled to the passengers.15. That is our English professor, Mr. Morillo.16-20: Select the complete subject in the following simplesentences by underlining them.16. The Housekeeping Department ensures excellent services.17. Its standard should be the same as in any five star hotels on land.School: ________________________________ Page 135 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE18. The Department is divided into main divisions and smaller sections.19. The laundry section supports both these divisions and functions round the clock.20. The ship was cruising the Pacific Ocean.21-25: Select the simple subject in the following simplesentences by underlining them.21. The captain shouted loudly, “Abandon ship.”22. Our security team shall never cease to guard.23. The game was thoroughly enjoyed by the passengers.24. The team‟s best dancer often dances gracefully.25. Our team will certainly win this game on the floor.26-30: Select below each of the following groups of wordswhether the group is a clause or is no clause by underliningthem.26. The Captain orders to abandon ship… (a clause) (no clause)27. When the alarm was sounded… (a clause) (no clause)28. To the deck… (a clause) (no clause)29. In the starboard…(a clause) (no clause)30. About noon in the Pacific Ocean…(a clause) (no clause)31-40: 1) Select the dependent clause in each sentence, and 2)select below each sentence whether the clause is used as anadverbial clause, adjective clause, or noun clause byunderlining them.31. Sir Arthur Wilson Bibby who was the pillar of the company was the guiding force since 1880. (Adverbial clause) (Adjective clause)(Noun clause)32. Lancashire which is one of the ships of Bibby recorded the best time for the run to Burma. (Adverbial clause) (Adjective clause) (Noun clause)33. Bibby is a shipping business that was first established as a family business. (Adverbial clause) (Adjective clause) (Noun clause)34. Because Bibby was placed on the „Government Approved‟ list, it paved to develop passenger vessels. (Adverbial clause) (Adjective clause) (Noun clause)35. This approval that the government gave to Bibby led to continue the business without disruption. (Adverbial clause) (Adjective clause) (Noun clause)36. Before growing into a shipping magnet, it was just a small company run by family members. (Adverbial clause) (Adjective clause) (Noun clause)School: ________________________________ Page 136 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE37. The Trade Unions voted Bibby as „the ideal type of employer‟ although others may admit that they too deserve recognition. (Adverbial clause) (Adjective clause) (Noun clause)38. Bibby Line, which is just one of the many Bibby companies, recorded an unprecedented growth in 2003. (Adverbial clause) (Adjective clause) (Noun clause)39. The whole men and women of the company rejoiced about the good news. (Adverbial clause) (Adjective clause) (Noun clause)40. So that people may know that Bibby is true to its values, it stayed focused to its philosophy and objectives amidst its achievements. (Adverbial clause) (Adjective clause) (Noun clause)41-60: Select below each sentence whether the sentence issimple, complex, compound, or compound-complex. Underline alsothe words in the sentence by underlining them.41. It provides basis for the daily tasks as well as evaluation. (Simple)(Complex)(Compound)(Compound-complex)42. The Assistant Chief Housekeeper is responsible for the day- to-day administration of the Housekeeping staff.(Simple)(Complex) (Compound)(Compound-complex)43. The incumbent would be required to have one to two years experience in hotel line in similar capacity.(Simple)(Complex) (Compound)(Compound-complex)44. He is expected to be fluent in English communication.(Simple) (Complex)(Compound)(Compound- complex)45. Most likely, the person can be promoted to the post of Chief Housekeeper within one or two years. (Simple)(Complex)(Compound) (Compound-complex)46. Another important position is Floor Supervisor. (Simple)(Complex) (Compound)(Compound-complex)47. This person would be expected to supervise the operations of a floor of cabins that they may ensure cleanliness.(Simple) (Complex)(Compound)(Compound- complex)48. The teacher was amazed and was convinced for the student‟s readiness because of their good academic performance. (Simple) (Complex)(Compound)(Compound- complex)49. By hearing the bell, the students were told to eat their lunch and they were reminded to come back later because it is about to rain. (Simple)(Complex)(Compound)(Compound-complex)50. The students were coming earlier in the class and wereSchool: ________________________________ Page 137 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE reviewing their lesson while others were so noisy. (Simple)(Complex) (Compound)(Compound-complex)51. The teacher was arriving on time and was smiling at them. (Simple) (Complex)(Compound)(Compound-complex)52. We shall continue discussing about Bibby‟s history so that we shall have an opportunity to know its past; the captain explained. (Simple) (Complex) (Compound) (Compound-complex)53. While the teacher was talking, a student had arrived late and had missed some lessons. (Simple)(Complex)(Compound) (Compound-complex)54. Victorian students are learning their lessons well because they are taught fully by their teachers. (Simple)(Complex)(Compound) (Compound-complex)55. Each person must invest for their future and must focus wholeheartedly to achieve it, said the school teacher. (Simple)(Complex)(Compound(Compound-complex)56. Throughout its long and illustrious history, Bibby Line has courageously earned its name. (Simple)(Complex)(Compound) (Compound-complex)57. That he may know the answer, the student peeked the answer of his classmate. (Simple)(Complex)(Compound)(Compound-complex)58. When he went to the store, he lost his purse. (Simple)(Complex)(Compound)(Compound-complex)59. He cried when he saw the old man on the street.(Simple)(Complex)(Compound)(Compound-complex)60. The man was asking for alms while others were snubbing him because of his untidy hair. (Simple)(Complex)(Compound)(Compound-complex) ----------o0o----------School: ________________________________ Page 138 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE Drills about: Subject and PredicateSchool: ________________________________ Page 139 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE TEST FORM: WPE 2NAME DATE SCORE PERCENTAGE________________________________________ ____________ _______ __________Last First MiddleCATEGORY: SUPERVISED BY___W&P ___ Clause ___ VTVP ___ VFSP Teacher: ___________________________PAGE NO. NO.OF ITEM VENUE: TIME STARTED: TIME FINISHED:__________ ___________ ____________ _______________ ________________PURPOSE FOR TAKING THIS EXAM: SCHOOL:___ Assessment _____Exam _____ Others _____________________________________1 312 323 334 345 356 367 378 389 3910 4011 4112 4213 4314 4415 4516 4617 4718 4819 4920 5021 5122 5223 5324 5425 5526 5627 5728 5829 5930 60School: ________________________________ Page 140 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE CPE 2: THE COMPLETE PREDICATE NO.1LEXEach sentence has a simple subject and a predicate. Thepredicate refers to verb and all the words up to the end of thesentence.MORPHTo give you an idea, try to look at this sentence: ¹Throughoutits long and illustrious history, Bibby Line has a record ofinvolvement in almost every aspect of marine industry. This isan inverted sentence, where, the complete predicate has beenunderlined. You notice that the subject “Bibby Line” has beenavoided.ERGON (30 POINTS)Find the complete predicate by underlining them.1. The students were listening intently.2. They noted down these facts carefully and quickly.3. They were amazed of how Bibby has grown tremendously.4. Bibby Line Ltd is always a proud shipping division of Bibby Line Group Limited.5. They should not be parted like a Siamese twin.6. Bibby is privately owned and yet so service-oriented.7. Bibby has now evolved into several lines of businesses.8. Slowly, Bibby is becoming the world‟s shipping backbone.9. Quickly, it is responding to new opportunities.10. Surely, its founder would be proud to know how far it has grown.11. Pursuing an aggressive strategy is now actively being implemented.12. Bibby Line has strongly built its business in professionalism, integrity, and equality.13. This is combined deliberately with financial strength and strong management.14. Throughout its long and illustrious history, Bibby Line has courageously recorded its name.15. They boldly and humbly claim leadership in shipping standard.16. He grew up in Northern Samar, Philippines.17. I have been observing the anatomy of an Oversees Filipino Workers or OFW.18. It is a fact that almost seven to eight Filipino families are leaving for abroad to earn more money.19. They send their remittances back home.20. This is eventually helping the economy in theSchool: ________________________________ Page 141 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE Philippines to become resilient despite the onset of global financial crashing.21. In most cases, the money they send is helping not only the economy but the basic needs of their family as well as their relatives.22. Because of what they do, the government regard them as “heroes.”23. Unfortunately, there are many setbacks for Filipinos that are working abroad.24. Some of them are treated badly by their employers because of cultural differences.25. Others are sent back home for not being able to communicate well.26. Others are sent to prison because of violating the law of their host country.27. In most cases, it is the seeming lack of cultural and communication preparedness that agitate the situation.28. There must be a continuing effort to provide them with that support.29. The long lasting remedy is to bring them home and give them job here.30. Both congress and the executive branches of the government must join hands to create strong political and economic reforms to make this country an excellent investment haven. ----------o0o----------School: ________________________________ Page 142 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE TEST FORM: WPE 2NAME DATE SCORE PERCENTAGE________________________________________ ____________ _______ __________Last First MiddleCATEGORY: SUPERVISED BY___W&P ___ Clause ___ VTVP ___ VFSP Teacher: ___________________________PAGE NO. NO.OF ITEM VENUE: TIME STARTED: TIME FINISHED:__________ ___________ ____________ _______________ ________________PURPOSE FOR TAKING THIS EXAM: SCHOOL:___ Assessment _____Exam _____ Others _____________________________________1 312 323 334 345 356 367 378 389 3910 4011 4112 4213 4314 4415 4516 4617 4718 4819 4920 5021 5122 5223 5324 5425 5526 5627 5728 5829 5930 60School: ________________________________ Page 143 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE CPE 3: THE COMPLETE PREDICATE NO.2 (CONTINUATION)LEXAgain, a complete predicate starts with the verb up to the lastword of the sentence.MORPHI will give you another example. Analyze this sentence: ¹With aclear and aggressive strategy, Bibby Line aims to grow,diversify, and further strengthen its position.” The italicizedwords are its predicate. Again the subject “Bibby Line” was notincluded.ERGON (15 POINTS)Below are sentences with complete predicate. Find all thecomplete predicates by underlining them.1. The vessel travels at sea. It was built by Belfast Harland. It is part of the 21 ships.2. It is the official history of Bibby Line. The guiding force in the fortunes is Sir Bibby. He realized the potential of the Burma trade.3. The year 1880 was the beginning of naming Bibby ships. The Yorkshire was the first of the Bibby fleet. It engaged as troopship in the Boer War. It became known during this war.4. Lancashire recorded the best time for the run to Burma in 23 days. Soon, it gained the reputation for travel- reliability. By never having had a voyage disrupted, it succeeded.5. In 1893, Bibby Line was placed on the „Government Approved‟ list. This gave the incentive to develop passenger accommodation on board the vessel.6. In 1902, Bibby Line became one of the “Four B‟s.” It was voted as “the ideal type of employer” by the Trade Unions. Bibby Line had the distinction of being the longest established of the four.7. It took place at the outbreak of WW1. By the end of the year, they were successful. “Worcestershire” became a casualty of this war.8. At the outbreak of war and dispute, the ships were requisitioned.9. To serve as hospital ships, these vessels for trade and business were converted.10. By the end of war and desolation, Bibby Line had served over 200,000 British and 25,000 American troops.11. “Worcestershire” became a casualty of this fighting andSchool: ________________________________ Page 144 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE killings.12. Consisted of ships for trade and business, all of which were requisitioned for war.13. With Sir Derek Bibby and the Management at the helm, the company more than doubled its overseas earnings.14. These ships are unforgettably among Bibby‟s invaluable historical heritage. 15. Of the enormous financial strength it has today, it can respond quickly beyond almost all global opportunities and challenges of a fast-paced socio-economic and socio- political arena. ----------o0o----------School: ________________________________ Page 145 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE TEST FORM: WPE 2NAME DATE SCORE PERCENTAGE________________________________________ ____________ _______ __________Last First MiddleCATEGORY: SUPERVISED BY___W&P ___ Clause ___ VTVP ___ VFSP Teacher: ___________________________PAGE NO. NO.OF ITEM VENUE: TIME STARTED: TIME FINISHED:__________ ___________ ____________ _______________ ________________PURPOSE FOR TAKING THIS EXAM: SCHOOL:___ Assessment _____Exam _____ Others _____________________________________1 312 323 334 345 356 367 378 389 3910 4011 4112 4213 4314 4415 4516 4617 4718 4819 4920 5021 5122 5223 5324 5425 5526 5627 5728 5829 5930 60School: ________________________________ Page 146 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE CPE 4: THE SIMPLE PREDICATELEXThe simple predicate refers to verb. There are verbs in thesentence. Verb(s) may be more than one.MORPHLook at this sentence: ¹Bibby Line has built a strong reputationover 200 years in business for professionalism, integrity andquality. The blackened words “has built” are the verbs or simplepredicate of this sentence. In short, a simple predicate is justthe verb.ERGON (15 POINTS)Below are sentences with simple predicate. Find all the simplepredicates by underlining them.1. The vessel travels at sea. It was built by Belfast Harland. It is part of the 21 ships.2. It is the official history of Bibby Line. The guiding force in the fortunes is Mr. Bibby. He realized the potential of the Burma trade.3. The year 1880 was the beginning of naming Bibby ships. The Yorkshire was the first of the Bibby fleet. It engaged as troopship in the Boer War. It became known during this war.4. Lancashire recorded the best time for the run to Burma in 23 days. Soon, it gained the reputation for travel- reliability. By never having had a voyage disrupted, it succeeded.5. In 1893 Bibby Line was placed on the “Government Approved” list. This gave the incentive to develop passenger accommodation on board the vessel.6. In 1902 Bibby Line became one of the “Four B‟s.” It was voted by as “the ideal type of employer” by the Trade Unions. Bibby Line had the distinction of being the longest established of the four.7. It took place at the outbreak of WW1. By the end of the year they were successful. “Worcestershire” became a casualty of this war.8. At the outbreak of war and dispute, the ships were requisitioned.9. To serve as hospital ships, these vessels for trade and business were converted.10. By the end of war and desolation, Bibby Line had served over 200,000 British and 25,000 American troops.11. “Worcestershire” became a casualty of this fighting and killings.School: ________________________________ Page 147 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE12. Consisted of ships for trade and business, all of which were requisitioned for war.13. With Sir Derek Bibby and the Management at the helm, the company more than doubled its overseas earnings.14. These ships are unforgettably among Bibby‟s invaluable historical heritage.15. Of the enormous financial strength it has today, it can respond quickly beyond almost all global opportunities and challenges of a fast-paced socio-economic and socio- political arena. ----------o0o----------School: ________________________________ Page 148 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE TEST FORM: WPE 2NAME DATE SCORE PERCENTAGE________________________________________ ____________ _______ __________Last First MiddleCATEGORY: SUPERVISED BY___W&P ___ Clause ___ VTVP ___ VFSP Teacher: ___________________________PAGE NO. NO.OF ITEM VENUE: TIME STARTED: TIME FINISHED:__________ ___________ ____________ _______________ ________________PURPOSE FOR TAKING THIS EXAM: SCHOOL:___ Assessment _____Exam _____ Others _____________________________________1 312 323 334 345 356 367 378 389 3910 4011 4112 4213 4314 4415 4516 4617 4718 4819 4920 5021 5122 5223 5324 5425 5526 5627 5728 5829 5930 60School: ________________________________ Page 149 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE CPE 5: THE COMPLETE SUBJECT NO.1LEXThe complete subject starts from the very first word of thesentence through the subject. Remember not to include the verbof the subject because it is included in the predicate.MORPHLook at this sentence: ¹The best school for grammar is St. Joe’sDevelopment Academy. In this example, the complete subject is“The best school for grammar.” You may have noticed that “is” asits verb, was not included.ERGON (20 POINTS)Below are sentences for you. Please identify the completesubject by underlining them.1. The company for a very good reason left the partnership in 2005 to do other projects.2. This is due to the exceptionally good value of the market that came in.3. Bibby is a conglomeration of a dynamic group of global companies.4. marine services, logistics, financial services, offshore services and retailing.5. The engine of unprecedented success is our people.6. The company over the past three years has donated £2m to different charities.7. The core of everything we do is our values.8. They are the list of expectations for our customers.9. Our values are guidelines to steer us all in the right business direction.10. We challenge convention in all our markets to deliver better service.11. Our workers are our greatest assets.12. The global market recognizes their skills as the best with global caliber.13. For this reason, the government, with the help of private sectors must provide quality education that can be accessed by everyone.14. If this is the way to sustain globally competitive Filipino workers, an excellent education for all must be ensured.15. It is so good to see that more and more local colleges and universities are being built to help their respective constituents get quality education.School: ________________________________ Page 150 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE16. Courses are diversified and created according to the needs of their respective constituents.17. The Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Muntinlupa and Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila are just two of the many educational institutions that responded to this challenge.18. It is clear that this concern has been brought to the attention of our local leaders and they are making remarkable progress.19. Graduates of these institutions have now been employed to different industries to both local and abroad.20. Education is the answer. ----------o0o----------School: ________________________________ Page 151 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE TEST FORM: WPE 2NAME DATE SCORE PERCENTAGE________________________________________ ____________ _______ __________Last First MiddleCATEGORY: SUPERVISED BY___W&P ___ Clause ___ VTVP ___ VFSP Teacher: ___________________________PAGE NO. NO.OF ITEM VENUE: TIME STARTED: TIME FINISHED:__________ ___________ ____________ _______________ ________________PURPOSE FOR TAKING THIS EXAM: SCHOOL:___ Assessment _____Exam _____ Others _____________________________________1 312 323 334 345 356 367 378 389 3910 4011 4112 4213 4314 4415 4516 4617 4718 4819 4920 5021 5122 5223 5324 5425 5526 5627 5728 5829 5930 60School: ________________________________ Page 152 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE CPE 6: THE COMPLETE SUBJECT NO.2 (CONTINUATION)LEXAgain the complete subject starts from the very first word ofthe sentence through the subject. Remember not to get the verbof the subject because it is included in the predicate.FORMLook at this sentence: ¹The best school for grammar is St. Joe’sDevelopment Academy. In this example, the complete subject is“The best school for grammar.” Again, you may have noticed that“is” as its verb was not included.ERGON (30 POINTS)Below are sentences for you. Please identify the completesubject by underlining them.1. The Bibby Line is recognized for its integrity and professionalism by the maritime industry.2. In more than hundred years, Bibby served the world.3. It grew with great intensity and pride.4 Bibby Line grew because of its men and women in the field.5. The business was handled by dedicated personnel in the field.6. They are discussing about the Engine Department of this ship.7. Because of that meeting, a clear plan was made.8. The officers gathered after the meeting all the enlisted personnel.9. The captain explained about the agreed plan.10. Upon hearing this, all personnel were enlightened.11. The workers were motivated after that meeting.12. Because of the officers‟ initiative, the grievances were honestly addressed.13. The ship peacefully sailed until it reached the pier.14. The people learned since that day to open and trust each other.15. Business grows when its workforce live with contentment.16. But the Management should treat with respect and equality its people.17. You can be promoted because of your skills and qualifications.18. But it requires within your innermost being a sound value and excellent character to stay there.19. Everyone needs to honestly check the basis of theirSchool: ________________________________ Page 153 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE value-system.20. Your character shall be tested with great intensity to see how far it can go.21. That they may become world-class skilled workers and professionals is the goal of the Philippine government.22. It is an undeniable fact that this civilization is heading towards one global market and one global government.23. This is a continuing battle for the survival of humanity.24. Stephen Hawking, a Cambridge professor, made an astonishing remark during NASA‟s anniversary.25. He said that there is no civilization from the past that continued to survive because of political and global natural problem.26. Humanity, if it is to survive, must consider exploring the universe for possible evacuation plan.27. Unfortunately, he said that within the few light-years away there is no sight of contact to other life-form.28. There is a conclusion that we are the only intelligent being in the universe.29. But planet Mars is habitable.30. We just have to develop a technology to survive against ultra-violet rays of the sun in that planet. ----------end of exercise----------School: ________________________________ Page 154 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE TEST FORM: WPE 2NAME DATE SCORE PERCENTAGE________________________________________ ____________ _______ __________Last First MiddleCATEGORY: SUPERVISED BY___W&P ___ Clause ___ VTVP ___ VFSP Teacher: ___________________________PAGE NO. NO.OF ITEM VENUE: TIME STARTED: TIME FINISHED:__________ ___________ ____________ _______________ ________________PURPOSE FOR TAKING THIS EXAM: SCHOOL:___ Assessment _____Exam _____ Others _____________________________________1 312 323 334 345 356 367 378 389 3910 4011 4112 4213 4314 4415 4516 4617 4718 4819 4920 5021 5122 5223 5324 5425 5526 5627 5728 5829 5930 60School: ________________________________ Page 155 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE CPE 7: PREDICATE AND SUBJECTLEXWith the previous exercises, you have learned about predicateand subject. These two major divisions in the sentence are veryimportant to complete the thought.MORPHLook at this sentence: ¹The objective of this book is to helpyou understand clauses. The word “objective” of that sentence isthe simple subject while the “The objective of this book” is thecomplete subject. Going further, the “is” is the verb which iscalled simple predicate and “is to help you understand clauses”is the complete predicate.ERGON (30 POINTS)There are underlined words in the sentence. Decide whether theyare simple subject, complete subject, simple predicate, orcomplete predicate by encircling them.1. By the end of the war, Bibby Line had carried over 200,000 British.(simple subject)(complete subject)(simple predicate) (complete predicate)2. It also carried 25,000 American troops.(simple subject) (complete subject)(simple predicate)(complete predicate)3. Because of the war, “Worcestershire” became a casualty in World War (simple subject)(complete subject)(simple predicate)(complete predicate) 4. At the outbreak of World War 2, Bibby Line was requisitioned for the war. (simple subject) (complete subject)(simple predicate) (complete predicate) 5. All eleven ships were used for diverse civilian and military purposes.(simple subject)(complete subject)(simple predicate)(complete predicate) 6. Compound subjects and compound verbs may be used in the sentence.(simple subject)(complete subject)(simple predicate)(complete predicate) 7. “Beulah and Pia” is a compound subject. (simple subject)(complete subject)(simple predicate)(complete predicate) 8. Jan and Alice skated and danced. (simple subject) (complete subject)(simple predicate)(complete predicate) 9. Beulah, Pia, and Sopphia shook hands, smiled and walked home. (simple subject)(complete subject)(simple predicate)(complete predicate)10. Compound subjects and compound verbs may be in aSchool: ________________________________ Page 156 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE sentence.(simple subject)(complete subject)(simple predicate)(complete predicate)11. The iron Screw ship was found. (simple subject)(complete subject)(simple predicate)(complete predicate)12. The ship Braganza collided with another streamer.(simple subject)(complete subject)(simple predicate)(complete predicate)13. She sank immediately with the loss of twenty-two lives. (simple subject)(complete subject)(simple predicate) (complete predicate)14. Nearly 125 years later, her wreck was found in 1994. (simple subject) (complete subject) (simple predicate) (complete predicate)15. In 1859, the Bibby Line “Venetian” was built. (simple subject)(complete subject) (simple predicate) (complete predicate)16. It was the first vessel made by the Belfast shipyard Harland & Wolf. (simple subject) (complete subject) (simple predicate) (complete predicate)17. Of the 21 ships built by the yard, eighteen were for the Bibby Line. (simple subject) (complete subject) (simple predicate)(complete predicate)18. Bibby Line had provided strong business opportunity for Harland & Wolff. (simple subject) (complete subject) (simple predicate)(complete predicate)19. Arthur Wilson was the guiding force in the fortunes of Bibby Line.(simple subject) (complete subject) (simple predicate)(complete predicate)20. Realizing the vast potential of the Burma trade, Wilson ordered two new streamers. (simple subject) (complete subject) (simple predicate) (complete predicate)21. Let us return to our discussion of Oversees Filipino Workers(complete subject) (simple predicate) (complete predicate)22. Are Filipinos nationalistic? (simple subject) (complete subject) (simple predicate) (complete predicate)23. The Filipinos are undoubtedly nationalistic because their past had turned them to become as such. (simple subject) (complete subject) (simple predicate) (complete predicate)24. Although they are not an aggressive race, they are natural-born fighters and resilient people. (simple subject) (complete subject) (simple predicate) (complete predicate)25. They had been colonized for many years under the Spaniards and more or less 50 years under theSchool: ________________________________ Page 157 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE Americans. (simple subject)(complete subject) (simple predicate) (complete predicate)26. During those years, they have learned to fight for their rights and learned to survive through uprising and head-on battle against the mighty colonizers. (simple subject) (complete subject) (simple predicate) (complete predicate)27. They won against Spain but the Americans did not recognize this. (simple subject) (complete subject) (simple predicate) (complete predicate)28. At last, under the Americans, they were given back their government. (simple subject) (complete subject) (simple predicate) (complete predicate)29. But before its realization, the Japanese came and conquered the land. (simple subject) (complete subject) (simple predicate) (complete predicate)30. Because of this, the Filipinos and Americans joined hands and fought side-by-side against Japanese Imperial Army. ----------o0o----------School: ________________________________ Page 158 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE TEST FORM: WPE 2NAME DATE SCORE PERCENTAGE________________________________________ ____________ _______ __________Last First MiddleCATEGORY: SUPERVISED BY___W&P ___ Clause ___ VTVP ___ VFSP Teacher: ___________________________PAGE NO. NO.OF ITEM VENUE: TIME STARTED: TIME FINISHED:__________ ___________ ____________ _______________ ________________PURPOSE FOR TAKING THIS EXAM: SCHOOL:___ Assessment _____Exam _____ Others _____________________________________1 312 323 334 345 356 367 378 389 3910 4011 4112 4213 4314 4415 4516 4617 4718 4819 4920 5021 5122 5223 5324 5425 5526 5627 5728 5829 5930 60School: ________________________________ Page 159 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE Drills about: Sentence StructuresSchool: ________________________________ Page 160 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE CPE 8: DIFFERENT SENTENCE STRUCTURES NO.1LEXIn most cases, sentences have adverbs and they appear in form ofwords or phrases. They are adverbs because they tell when,where, why, and how actions happen. These adverb phrases oftenconfuse the student in finding the right complete predicate.MORPHLook at this sentence: ¹Adhering to the sincerity of our leadersis the defining quality of everything we do. The completepredicate in this sentence is “is the defining quality ofeverything we do,” while, the “Adhering to the sincerity of ourleaders” is the complete subject using “Adhering” or gerund asits subject.ERGON (15 POINTS)Below are sentences which you can analyze. Choose the completepredicate by underlining them.1. Adhering to the sincerity of our leaders is the defining quality of everything we do.2. The foundation of the way we do business is all about real integrity.3. By understanding the value of innovation, we embrace change in order to grow.4. Over 200 years up to now, we have managed to consistently change to sustain our growth.5. Change, by looking forward and making the past a lesson is the way to face the challenges.6. We, in this business of noble intention, work with global community concern.7. With a long term view in mind, we allow our businesses, customers and suppliers to grow together.8. The health and safety of all our people in this business are paramount.9. Putting our customers first and working with them cannot be compromised.10. Understanding their specific needs is what we honestly and objectively do to prove our sincerity.11. Welcoming new talent into our business is a way of supporting continued development.12. The vessel travels at sea. It was built by Belfast Harland. It is part of the ships.13. The company for a very good reason left the partnership in 2005 to do other projects.School: ________________________________ Page 161 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE14. In 1902, Bibby Line became one of the “Four B‟s.” It was voted as „the ideal type of employer‟ by the Trade Unions. Bibby Line had the distinction of being the longest established of the four.15. It took place at the outbreak of WW1. By the end of the Year they were successful. “Worcestershire” became a casualty of this war. ----------o0o----------School: ________________________________ Page 162 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE TEST FORM: WPE 2NAME DATE SCORE PERCENTAGE________________________________________ ____________ _______ __________Last First MiddleCATEGORY: SUPERVISED BY___W&P ___ Clause ___ VTVP ___ VFSP Teacher: ___________________________PAGE NO. NO.OF ITEM VENUE: TIME STARTED: TIME FINISHED:__________ ___________ ____________ _______________ ________________PURPOSE FOR TAKING THIS EXAM: SCHOOL:___ Assessment _____Exam _____ Others _____________________________________1 312 323 334 345 356 367 378 389 3910 4011 4112 4213 4314 4415 4516 4617 4718 4819 4920 5021 5122 5223 5324 5425 5526 5627 5728 5829 5930 60School: ________________________________ Page 163 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE CPE 9: DIFFERENT SENTENCE STRUCTURES NO.2 (CONTINUATION)LEXAs mentioned earlier, sentences have adverb or adjective phrasesand they appear in form of words or phrases. Basically, they aremodifier of subjects in the sentence.MORPH (16 POINTS)Look at these sentences as your examples: ¹The year 1880 was thebeginning of naming Bibby ships. ²The Yorkshire was the first ofthe Bibby fleet. ³It engaged as troopship in the Boer War. 4Itbecame known during this war. All underlined words are completepredicates.ERGONYou may now proceed by identifying all complete predicates.1. This is due to the exceptionally good value of the market that came in.2. The year 1880 was the beginning of naming Bibby ships. The Yorkshire was the first of the Bibby fleet. It engaged as troopship in the Boer War. It became known during this war.3. Bibby is a conglomeration of a dynamic group of global companies.4. It is a global company with interests in shipping, marine services, logistics, financial services, offshore services and retailing.5. The engine of unprecedented success is our people.6. The company over the past three years has donated £2m to different charities.7. In 1893 Bibby Line was placed on the „Government Approved‟ list. This gave the incentive to develop passenger accommodation on board the vessel.8. It is the official history of Bibby Line. The guiding force in the fortunes is Sir Bibby. He realized the potential of the Burma trade.9. The core of everything we do is our values.10. Lancashire recorded the best time for the run to Burma in 23 days. Soon, it gained the reputation for travel- reliability. By never having had a voyage disrupted, it succeeded.11. They are the list of expectations for our customers.12. Our values are guidelines to steer us all in the right business direction.13. We challenge convention in all our markets to deliver better service.School: ________________________________ Page 164 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE14. At the outbreak of war and dispute, the ships were requisitioned.15. To serve as hospital ships, these vessels for trade and business were converted.16. By the end of war and desolation, Bibby Line had served over 200,000 British and 25,000 American troops. ----------o0o----------School: ________________________________ Page 165 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE TEST FORM: WPE 2NAME DATE SCORE PERCENTAGE________________________________________ ____________ _______ __________Last First MiddleCATEGORY: SUPERVISED BY___W&P ___ Clause ___ VTVP ___ VFSP Teacher: ___________________________PAGE NO. NO.OF ITEM VENUE: TIME STARTED: TIME FINISHED:__________ ___________ ____________ _______________ ________________PURPOSE FOR TAKING THIS EXAM: SCHOOL:___ Assessment _____Exam _____ Others _____________________________________1 312 323 334 345 356 367 378 389 3910 4011 4112 4213 4314 4415 4516 4617 4718 4819 4920 5021 5122 5223 5324 5425 5526 5627 5728 5829 5930 60School: ________________________________ Page 166 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE CPE 10: APPOSITIVES IN THE SENTENCE NO.1LEXAppositives provides more description. It tries to giveadditional details about the subject and/or the object of thesentence.MORPHLook at this sentence: ¹The unit, Housekeeping Department, wasdoing its best to clean the cabins as the ship cruises thePacific Ocean, Hawaii. You would notice that the “HousekeepingDepartment” and “Hawaii” are appositives. Sometimes you wouldsee appositives used twice in the sentence and placed at thebeginning and end of the sentence. Another example: ²TheCaptains, Smith and Wesson, are talking about the route. Here,“Smith” and “Wesson” are used as compound appositive.ERGON (15 POINTS)You may now proceed by identifying all appositives in thesentence by underlining them.1. Integrity, Bibby‟s philosophy, are at the heart of everything we do.2. They, the management, are in most cases not just a list of words.3. They, our promises, are a list of expectation for our customers.4. We, the torch-bearers and advisers, deliver a set of guidelines to steer us for our people.5. These golden values, integrity and excellence, are in the right business direction.6. We, the leaders, challenge convention in all out markets as one body and one soul.7. These values, Bibby‟s philosophy, deliver better service to our customers with positively challenging moral forces.8. We, your leaders, challenge ourselves to the best and consistently improve in it.9. Our business, shipping industry, is built on our reputation across the global market, Asia.10. Adhering to the sincerity of our leader, John Bibby, is the defining quality of everything we do.11. Our workers, the OFWs, are newly called heroes.12. Today, the Filipinos have elected a truly honest president, PNoy.13. The Philippine economy has gained a lot of foreign investors, Americans.School: ________________________________ Page 167 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE14. Her Excellency, Gloria Macapagal Arroyo, was our former president.15. The “Pearl of the Orient,” Philippines, has been regarded a very strategic country economically and politically. ----------o0o----------School: ________________________________ Page 168 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE TEST FORM: WPE 2NAME DATE SCORE PERCENTAGE________________________________________ ____________ _______ __________Last First MiddleCATEGORY: SUPERVISED BY___W&P ___ Clause ___ VTVP ___ VFSP Teacher: ___________________________PAGE NO. NO.OF ITEM VENUE: TIME STARTED: TIME FINISHED:__________ ___________ ____________ _______________ ________________PURPOSE FOR TAKING THIS EXAM: SCHOOL:___ Assessment _____Exam _____ Others _____________________________________1 312 323 334 345 356 367 378 389 3910 4011 4112 4213 4314 4415 4516 4617 4718 4819 4920 5021 5122 5223 5324 5425 5526 5627 5728 5829 5930 60School: ________________________________ Page 169 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE CPE 11: APPOSITIVES IN THE SENTENCE NO.2 (CONTINUATION)LEXAgain, appositives provide more descriptions. It tries to giveadditional details about the subject and/or the object of thesentence. There is another thing you need to know. Appositivecan either be part of the complete subject or completepredicate.MORPHConsider this sentence: ¹The unit, Housekeeping Department, wasdoing its best to clean the cabins while the ship cruises thePacific Ocean, Hawaii. These are two sentences separated with“while”. You may have noticed that the first underlined wordsare part of complete subject and the second underlined words arepart of the complete predicate.ERGON (10 POINTS)Please proceed by finding the appositives and decide whether itis part of complete subject appositive or part of completepredicate appositive by underlining them.1. All personnel, the Housekeeping Department, were enlightened upon hearing this.(part of complete subject appositive)(part of complete predicate appositive)2. The workers, utility cleaners, were motivated after that meeting.(part of complete subject appositive)(part of complete predicate appositive)3. The grievances, unfair treatment, were honestly addressed because of the Management‟s initiative.(part of complete subject appositive)(part of complete predicate appositive)4. The ship, “Shropshire,” successfully sailed until it reached the pier.(part of complete subject appositive)(part of complete predicate appositive)5. The people, Cruise Staff, learned since that day to appositive) (part of complete predicate appositive)6. You, Mr. Smith, can be promoted because of your skills and qualifications.(part of complete subject appositive)(part of complete predicate appositive)7. Everyone, The Medical Staff, needs to honestly check the basis of their value-system. (part of complete subject appositive)(part of complete predicate appositive)8. She, Miss Boyle, shall be tested with great intensity to see how far it can go.(part of complete subjectSchool: ________________________________ Page 170 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE appositive) (part of complete predicate appositive)9. You, St. Joe students, must find with open heart and mind the source of excellent moral standard.(part of complete subject appositive)(part of complete predicate appositive)10. The vessel, Lancashire, recorded the best time for the run to Burma in 23 days.(part of complete subject appositive) (part of complete predicate appositive) ----------o0o----------School: ________________________________ Page 171 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE TEST FORM: WPE 2NAME DATE SCORE PERCENTAGE________________________________________ ____________ _______ __________Last First MiddleCATEGORY: SUPERVISED BY___W&P ___ Clause ___ VTVP ___ VFSP Teacher: ___________________________PAGE NO. NO.OF ITEM VENUE: TIME STARTED: TIME FINISHED:__________ ___________ ____________ _______________ ________________PURPOSE FOR TAKING THIS EXAM: SCHOOL:___ Assessment _____Exam _____ Others _____________________________________1 312 323 334 345 356 367 378 389 3910 4011 4112 4213 4314 4415 4516 4617 4718 4819 4920 5021 5122 5223 5324 5425 5526 5627 5728 5829 5930 60School: ________________________________ Page 172 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE CPE 12: CUMULATIVE ASSESSMENT TEST 1ERGON (40 POINTS)Our study in Unit 2 included the identification of the completeand simple subjects and predicates in sentences to includesentences containing appositives and sentence beginning with anadverb or adverbial phrase.1-10: Select the complete predicate in the following sentences.1. It took place at the outbreak of WW1. By the end of the year they were successful. “Worcestershire” became a casualty of this war.2. This is due to the exceptionally good value of the market that came in.3. The year 1880 was the beginning of naming Bibby ships. The Yorkshire was the first of the Bibby fleet. It engaged as troopship in the Boer War. It became known during this war.4. Bibby is a conglomeration of a dynamic group of global companies.5. It is a global company with interests in shipping, marine services, logistics, financial services, offshore services and retailing.6. The engine of unprecedented success is our people.7. The company over the past three years has donated £2m to different charities.8. In 1893 Bibby Line was placed on the „Government Approved‟ list. This gave the incentive to develop passenger accommodation on board the vessel.9. It is the official history of Bibby Line. The guiding force in the fortunes is its values. He realized the potential of the Burma trade.10.The core of everything we do is our values.11-17: Select the simple predicate in the following sentences.11. Lancashire recorded the best time for the run to Burma in 23 days. Soon, it gained the reputation for travel-reliability. By never having had a voyage disrupted, it succeeded.12. They are the list of expectations for our customers.13. Our values are guidelines to steer us all in the right business direction.14. We challenge convention in all our markets to deliver better service.15. At the outbreak of war and dispute, the ships were requisitioned.School: ________________________________ Page 173 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE16. To serve as hospital ships, these vessels for trade and business were converted.17. By the end of war and desolation, Bibby Line had served over 200,000 British and 25,000 American troops.18-23: Select the complete subject in the following sentences.18. On the way to town, our hungry family stopped at our favorite eatery.19. The flight from Europe will arrive at the International Terminal.20. Like a caged animal, the little boy walked up and down the aisle.21. Our baseball team, the Dodge Court Dodgers, will be playing in the state tournament.22. Passengers on the left side of the airplane saw a brilliant sunset.23. Consequently, we have experienced moments of serendipity.24-29: Select the simple subject in the following sentences.24. On the way to town, our hungry family stopped at our favorite eatery.25. The flight from Europe will arrive at the International Terminal.26. Like a caged animal, the little boy walked up and down the aisle.27. Our baseball team, the Dodge Court Dodgers, will be playing in the state tournament.28. Passengers on the left side of the airplane saw a brilliant sunset.29. Consequently, we have experienced moments of serendipity.30-37: Select all appositives in the following sentences.30. Our town‟s mayor, Ron White, speaks three languages.31. The girls were going to see their favorite senior citizens, their grandparents.32. Within fossil beds we find the remains of the most ferocious creatures ever to live on earth, the dinosaurs.33. The author, M. Van Horne, has taught for thirty years.34. My parents brought home a package, my birthday present.35. The health and safety of all our people in this business, Bibby, are paramount.36. Ensuring quality and Working with them, our customers, cannot be compromised.37. Understanding their specific needs, clients, is what weSchool: ________________________________ Page 174 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE honestly and objectively do to prove our sincerity.38. My classmates, Celestino and Honesto, are my best friends in high school.39. We always share each other‟s experiences under a huge tree, narra.40. He, Celestino, was an entrepreneur. ----------o0o----------School: ________________________________ Page 175 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE Drills about: Different Types of ClausesSchool: ________________________________ Page 176 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE TEST FORM: WPE 2NAME DATE SCORE PERCENTAGE________________________________________ ____________ _______ __________Last First MiddleCATEGORY: SUPERVISED BY___W&P ___ Clause ___ VTVP ___ VFSP Teacher: ___________________________PAGE NO. NO.OF ITEM VENUE: TIME STARTED: TIME FINISHED:__________ ___________ ____________ _______________ ________________PURPOSE FOR TAKING THIS EXAM: SCHOOL:___ Assessment _____Exam _____ Others _____________________________________1 312 323 334 345 356 367 378 389 3910 4011 4112 4213 4314 4415 4516 4617 4718 4819 4920 5021 5122 5223 5324 5425 5526 5627 5728 5829 5930 60School: ________________________________ Page 177 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE CPE 13: THE CLAUSELEXThis is the lesson about group of words which consists thesubject and predicate. It has simple subject and simplepredicate.MORPHLook at these examples: ¹It starts small…²(You) call her in…³Studying is good…. In these three examples you have a simplesubject and a simple predicate. The words “It,” “You,” and“studying” are simple subjects and the simple predicates are“starts,” “call,” and “is”.ERGON (35 POINTS)Below are group of words. Determine if these words are clause orno clause by underlining your answer.1. Going to enroll at St. Joe Development Academy… (clause) (no cause)2. The captain will arrive… (clause) (no cause)3. By understanding the value of innovation… (clause) (no cause)4. Over 200 years up to now… (clause) (no cause)5. We allow business… (clause) (no cause)6. They come for business… (clause) (no cause)7. By the end of the century… (clause) (no cause)8. The business grew slowly… (clause) (no cause)9. Forgetting the things behind… (clause) (no cause)10. Through its golden values and integrity… (clause) (no cause)11. Due to exceptionally good market… (clause) (no cause)12. By the end of WW1… (clause) (no cause)13. The beginning of naming Bibby‟s ships… (clause) (no cause)14. The engine of unprecedented success… (clause) (no cause)15. Over the past few years…School: ________________________________ Page 178 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE (clause) (no cause)16. Running the business for many years… (clause) (no cause)17. The guiding force in the fortune… (clause) (no cause)18. Listing of expectations for customers… (clause) (no cause)19. As the outbreak of the new day… (clause) (no cause)20. Serving as hospital ships… (clause) (no cause)21. Because of the seeming enormous challenges ahead… (clause) (no cause)22. Of the many people in this city of Metro Manila… (clause) (no cause)23. Although that is not always the case… (clause) (no cause)24. But because you said it may work…25. Since this is the first time that he worked on us… (clause) (no cause)26. With too much sugar in this coffee and a loaf of bread… (clause) (no cause)27. Go! (clause) (no cause)28. Come! (clause) (no cause)29. Did they hear me? (clause) (no cause)30. Our former teacher, Mr. Smith, of the University of Muntinlupa… (clause) (no cause)31. Through the leadership of that president, Dr. Udtuhan, with the chairmanship of former Mayor Jaime Fresnedi… (clause) (no cause)32. By the end of their term in that city, Muntinlupa…33. Through the help of the Board of Regent… (clause) (no cause)34. This university, Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Muntinlupa, made it. (clause) (no cause)35. It is truly amazing when people help each other. (clause) (no cause)School: ________________________________ Page 179 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE TEST FORM: WPE 2NAME DATE SCORE PERCENTAGE________________________________________ ____________ _______ __________Last First MiddleCATEGORY: SUPERVISED BY___W&P ___ Clause ___ VTVP ___ VFSP Teacher: ___________________________PAGE NO. NO.OF ITEM VENUE: TIME STARTED: TIME FINISHED:__________ ___________ ____________ _______________ ________________PURPOSE FOR TAKING THIS EXAM: SCHOOL:___ Assessment _____Exam _____ Others _____________________________________1 312 323 334 345 356 367 378 389 3910 4011 4112 4213 4314 4415 4516 4617 4718 4819 4920 5021 5122 5223 5324 5425 5526 5627 5728 5829 5930 60School: ________________________________ Page 180 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE CPE 14: INDEPENDENT VERSUS DEPENDENT CLAUSES NO.1LEXAn independent clause is a clause that can stand alone. Adependent clause is a clause that cannot stand alone, meaning,there must be additional words that it needs to complete thefacts.MORPHLook at these two clauses: ¹The car is parked and ²After it isparked. The first one is called independent clause because thethought can stand alone, while, the second one is calleddependent clause because the thought cannot stand alone.ERGON (25 POINTS)Classify the group of words below whether they are independentor dependent clauses by underlining them.1. Learning the English language is good…(independent clause) (dependent clause)2. It starts with words and phrases…(independent clause) (dependent clause)3. Through these first two stages they can come…(independent clause) (dependent clause)4. Because clauses and sentences are important…(independent clause) (dependent clause)5. Combining them to create paragraph will be better…(independent clause) (dependent clause)6. It is not difficult…(independent clause) (dependent clause)7. The last stage of grammar studies is easier…(independent clause) (dependent clause)8. Combine them to create excellent composition…(independent clause) (dependent clause)9. For a starter of grammar, this is confusing…(independent clause) (dependent clause)10. These principles must be learned well…(independent clause) (dependent clause)11. Equip yourself with knowledge…(independent clause) (dependent clause)12. Though a good communication skills is an advantage…(independent clause) (dependent clause)13. This is not going to be easy…(independent clause) (dependent clause)14. You start now…(independent clause) (dependent clause)15. Learning needs motivation…(independent clause) (dependent clause)School: ________________________________ Page 181 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE16. Since you are applying… (independent clause) (dependent clause)17. Because he has a lot of knowledge… (independent clause) (dependent clause)18. Write… (independent clause) (dependent clause)19. Start… (independent clause) (dependent clause)20. Tell them to come… (independent clause) (dependent clause)21. It must have been good… (independent clause) (dependent clause)22. Learn your lesson well… (independent clause) (dependent clause)23. I understand… (independent clause) (dependent clause)24. But because there a lot of things to do, he forgot it… (independent clause) (dependent clause)25. Nonetheless, he can still catch up… (independent clause) (dependent clause) ----------o0o----------School: ________________________________ Page 182 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE TEST FORM: WPE 2NAME DATE SCORE PERCENTAGE________________________________________ ____________ _______ __________Last First MiddleCATEGORY: SUPERVISED BY___W&P ___ Clause ___ VTVP ___ VFSP Teacher: ___________________________PAGE NO. NO.OF ITEM VENUE: TIME STARTED: TIME FINISHED:__________ ___________ ____________ _______________ ________________PURPOSE FOR TAKING THIS EXAM: SCHOOL:___ Assessment _____Exam _____ Others _____________________________________1 312 323 334 345 356 367 378 389 3910 4011 4112 4213 4314 4415 4516 4617 4718 4819 4920 5021 5122 5223 5324 5425 5526 5627 5728 5829 5930 60School: ________________________________ Page 183 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE CPE 15: INDEPENDENT VERSUS DEPENDENT CLAUSES NO.2 (CONTINUATION)LEXAs you have notices, an independent clause is a clause that canstand alone. A dependent clause is a clause that cannot standalone, meaning, there must be additional words that it needs tocomplete the facts.MORPHAgain, look at these two clauses: ¹The car is parked and ²Afterit is parked. You may notice that an independent clause startswith an article “The” with a noun, while, the dependent clausestarts with adverb, adjective, comparative; and many other wordsthat seem to make conclusion or assumption.ERGON (20 POINTS)There are group of words below. Choose whether they areindependent or dependent clauses by underlining them.1. Because English proficiency is a must…(independent clause) (dependent clause)2. The St. Joe Development Academy is here to help…(independent clause) (dependent clause)3. Due to the need in the market…(independent clause) (dependent clause)4. This school was established…(independent clause) (dependent clause)5. Education is a precious possession…(independent clause) (dependent clause)6. Everyone expects to pass…(independent clause) (dependent clause)7. They study hard…(independent clause) (dependent clause)8. Whenever they come to class…(independent clause) (dependent clause)9. Teachers were giving their best…(independent clause) (dependent clause)10. Because they know the standard…(independent clause) (dependent clause)11. Students are learning well…(independent clause) (dependent clause)12. Through the teachers‟ expertise…(independent clause) (dependent clause)13. Soon they will be at the end of the course…(independent clause) (dependent clause)14. Due to the excellence they have showed…(independent clause) (dependent clause)School: ________________________________ Page 184 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE15. The people expect for excellent mariners…(independent clause) (dependent clause)16. They are coming…(independent clause) (dependent clause)17. That they may know…(independent clause) (dependent clause)18. Because they are required…(independent clause) (dependent clause)19. Learning is maturity in oneself…(independent clause) (dependent clause)20. So that you become fulfilled…(independent clause) (dependent clause) ----------o0o----------School: ________________________________ Page 185 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE TEST FORM: WPE 2NAME DATE SCORE PERCENTAGE________________________________________ ____________ _______ __________Last First MiddleCATEGORY: SUPERVISED BY___W&P ___ Clause ___ VTVP ___ VFSP Teacher: ___________________________PAGE NO. NO.OF ITEM VENUE: TIME STARTED: TIME FINISHED:__________ ___________ ____________ _______________ ________________PURPOSE FOR TAKING THIS EXAM: SCHOOL:___ Assessment _____Exam _____ Others _____________________________________1 312 323 334 345 356 367 378 389 3910 4011 4112 4213 4314 4415 4516 4617 4718 4819 4920 5021 5122 5223 5324 5425 5526 5627 5728 5829 5930 60School: ________________________________ Page 186 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE CPE 16: THE SIMPLE SENTENCE VERSUS THE SENTENCE FRAGMENT NO.1LEXNow let us change their designation a little bit further. Anindependent clause standing by itself as a sentence is referredto as a “simple sentence”. A dependent clause or phrase isreferred to as a “sentence fragment” – just a part of asentence.MORPHLook at these examples: ¹The students are learning well is asimple sentence, while, ²Through the years of studies is asentence fragment; which means, not a clause because it doesn‟thave a subject and a verb.ERGON (20 POINTS)Figure out whether the sentences below are simple sentence orsentence fragment by underlining your choice.1. You shall be given multiple exercises. (simple sentence) (sentence fragment)2. The clauses of the sentence are simple. (simple sentence) (sentence fragment)3. Sentences are taken from shipping context. (simple sentence) (sentence fragment)4. Other articles are about duties and responsibilities. (simple sentence) (sentence fragment)5. Because St. Joe Development Academy cares for your future. (simple sentence) (sentence fragment)6. One of the elites in the shipping industry is Bibby. (simple sentence) (sentence fragment)7. Although it requires your participation. (simple sentence) (sentence fragment)8. A new breed of mariners is here. (simple sentence) (sentence fragment)9. Though the relentless studies and preparation is given. (simple sentence) (sentence fragment)10. When they were trained at this school. (simple sentence) (sentence fragment)11. Those who would accept them will be very fortunate. (simple sentence) (sentence fragment)12. Because each student has been trained to meet expectation. (simple sentence) (sentence fragment)13. On the way to become successful is imminent. (simple sentence) (sentence fragment)School: ________________________________ Page 187 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE14. These students were among the few. (simple sentence) (sentence fragment)15. They aim to help you become resilient in all ways. (simple sentence) (sentence fragment)16. Through St. Joe‟s initiative and concern. (simple sentence) (sentence fragment)17. Although it is hard and difficult. (simple sentence) (sentence fragment)18. They put up this school. (simple sentence) (sentence fragment)19. Because they love this country. (simple sentence) (sentence fragment)20. You are here to learn. (simple sentence) (sentence fragment) ----------o0o----------School: ________________________________ Page 188 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE TEST FORM: WPE 2NAME DATE SCORE PERCENTAGE________________________________________ ____________ _______ __________Last First MiddleCATEGORY: SUPERVISED BY___W&P ___ Clause ___ VTVP ___ VFSP Teacher: ___________________________PAGE NO. NO.OF ITEM VENUE: TIME STARTED: TIME FINISHED:__________ ___________ ____________ _______________ ________________PURPOSE FOR TAKING THIS EXAM: SCHOOL:___ Assessment _____Exam _____ Others _____________________________________1 312 323 334 345 356 367 378 389 3910 4011 4112 4213 4314 4415 4516 4617 4718 4819 4920 5021 5122 5223 5324 5425 5526 5627 5728 5829 5930 60School: ________________________________ Page 189 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE CPE 17: THE SIMPLE SENTENCE VERSUS THE SENTENCE FRAGMENT NO.2 (CONTINUATION)LEXAgain, simple sentences are called independent clauses. Theystand alone while those that cannot stand alone are sentencefragments because they cannot complete a thought.MORPHThe examples are: ¹This school is a proud partner of Bibby LineGroup is an independent clause, while, ²Becoming such one iscrucial to the shipping industry, is a dependent clause. Yourhint are the words that opened these sentences.ERGON (15 POINTS)There are groups of words, phrases, and clauses below. Try tofigure out whether they are simple sentence or sentence fragmentby underlining your choice.1. While this is true to all who finished their preparation. (simple sentence) (sentence fragment)2. Only the best and exceptional would survive. (simple sentence) (sentence fragment)3. Because the way to greatness requires excellent character. (simple sentence) (sentence fragment)4. This is partly due to the training they receive. (simple sentence) (sentence fragment)5. Although much of those will come from other source like religion. (simple sentence) (sentence fragment)6. Since becoming a good mariner is entirely a love for this work. (simple sentence) (sentence fragment)7. You must not only for material benefit. (simple sentence) (sentence fragment)8. But for other benefits like contentment, happiness, and love. (simple sentence) (sentence fragment)9. Becoming good in communication requires constant practice. (simple sentence) (sentence fragment)10. The objectives of these exercises are to help. (simple sentence)(sentence fragment)11. You need to create a strong English environment. (simple sentence) (sentence fragment)12. This will help familiarize yourself with some speaking pattern. (simple sentence) (sentence fragment)13. Through the help of those people around you. (simple sentence) (sentence fragment)14. Create as many teachers as you can. (simple sentence) (sentence fragment)School: ________________________________ Page 190 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE15. You will be speeding up your learning studies. (simple sentence)(sentence fragment) ----------o0o----------School: ________________________________ Page 191 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE CPE 18: THE COMPLEX SENTENCELEXEach of the sentences below is a complex sentence composed ofone independent clause and one dependent clause. Find theindependent clause in each sentence.MORPHLook at this sentences: Although it is good to stay in the shipto earn money for your family is a complex sentence becauseinside of these group of words is one dependent clause and oneadjective phrase or infinitive phrase by using “although” or“to”. Look at the first group: “it is good to stay in the ship”can be considered one simple sentence while “Although…to earnmoney for your family” is an infinitive phrase with an adverbopener.ERGON (20 POINTS)Find the simple sentence by underlining them.1. Because English proficiency is a must for everyone to study to succeed in life.2. Due to the need in the market the students are focused with their studies.3. Whenever they come to class to study major and minor subjects of their course.4. Because they know the standard of working with the best people in the Industry, everyone is participating actively in the class.5. Through the teacher‟s expertise of the subject the lesson was understood clearly.6. Due to the excellence they have showed they will be rewarded with highest commendation.7. While this is true to all who finished their skills preparation, a good number of graduates will still have to work hard.8. Only the best and exceptional students would survive if for this kind of training.9. Because the way to greatness requires excellent character the school included Bibby‟s company philosophy.10. Although much of these values will come from other source like religion.11. Since becoming a good mariner is entirely about an unselfish love for this work.12. Becoming good in English communication requiresSchool: ________________________________ Page 192 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE constant practice in all four areas such as Listening, Reading, Writing, and Speaking.13. Because no one should be complacent while in training, the policies are strict and disciplines are imposed unbiased.14. Although the J. Palma Professional Institute is nice to everyone, it treats all students as matured as they are.15. In order that your time will not be in vain, you better be serious and work harder with your studies.16. Welcoming new talent into our business is a way of supporting continued development because this is necessary.17. The health and safety of our people in this business are paramount although there are other benefits we give.18. Over 200 years now we have managed to consistently change to sustain our growth through the practice of open- mindedness.19. Our business across the global market is built on our reputation so that we remind ourselves of who we are.20. These golden written values are in the right direction though we are constantly pressed and challenged side by side. ----------o0o---------- TEST FORM: WPE 2School: ________________________________ Page 193 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSENAME DATE SCORE PERCENTAGE________________________________________ ____________ _______ __________Last First MiddleCATEGORY: SUPERVISED BY___W&P ___ Clause ___ VTVP ___ VFSP Teacher: ___________________________PAGE NO. NO.OF ITEM VENUE: TIME STARTED: TIME FINISHED:__________ ___________ ____________ _______________ ________________PURPOSE FOR TAKING THIS EXAM: SCHOOL:___ Assessment _____Exam _____ Others _____________________________________1 312 323 334 345 356 367 378 389 3910 4011 4112 4213 4314 4415 4516 4617 4718 4819 4920 5021 5122 5223 5324 5425 5526 5627 5728 5829 5930 60 CPE 19:School: ________________________________ Page 194 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE THE DEPENDENT CLAUSELEXAs you noticed, dependent clauses are found everywhere in thesentence and they cannot stand alone.MORPHLook at this sentence: Through the guiding standard of thisschool the curriculum has been designed to meet the workplacestandard. This is a complex sentence because it has oneindependent and dependent clauses. The dependent clause is“Through the guiding standard of this school” while theindependent is “the curriculum has been designed to meet theworkplace standard.” You may further notice that the dependentclause started the sentence but you can reverse that by sayingThe curriculum has been designed to meet the workplace standardthrough the guiding standard of this school. When this happens,the dependent clause is used at the end of the sentence. Younoticed also that I did not use commas. This is to make surethat you make an effort to find them.ERGON (20 POINTS)There are combinations of clauses below. Please find thedependent clause in each number by underlining them.1. Because English proficiency is a must for everyone to study the students need to learn succeed in life.2. Due to the need in the market the students are focused with their studies.3. Whenever they come to class to study major and minor subjects they have to undergo this process.4. Because they know the standard of working with the best people in the Industry, everyone is participating actively in the class.5. Through the teacher‟s expertise of the subject the lesson was understood clearly.6. Due to the excellence they have showed they will be rewarded with highest commendation.7. While this is true to all who finished their skills preparation a good number of graduates will still have to work hard.8. Only the best and exceptional students would survive for this kind of training while a good number of them will not.9. Because the way to greatness requires excellent character the school included Bibby‟s and Palma‟s philosophical values.10. Although much of these values will come from otherSchool: ________________________________ Page 195 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE source like religion the cultural and historical heritage are also important.11. Since becoming a good mariner is entirely about an unselfish love for this work no one should treat the training lightly.12. By becoming good in English communication the students are required to do constant practice in all four areas such as Listening, Reading, Writing, and Speaking.13. Because no one should be complacent while in training the policies are strict and disciplines are imposed unbiased.14. Although St. Joe Development Academy is nice to everyone, it treats all students as matured as they are.15. In order that your time will not be in vain you better be serious and work hard with your studies.16. The new talent into our business is a way of supporting continued development because this is necessary.17. The health and safety of our people in this business are paramount although there are other benefits we give.18. Over 200 years now we have managed to consistently change to sustain our growth through the practice of open-mindedness.19. Our business across the global market is built on our reputation so that we remind ourselves of who we are.20. These golden written values are in the right direction though we are constantly pressed and challenged side by side.School: ________________________________ Page 196 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE TEST FORM: WPE 2NAME DATE SCORE PERCENTAGE________________________________________ ____________ _______ __________Last First MiddleCATEGORY: SUPERVISED BY___W&P ___ Clause ___ VTVP ___ VFSP Teacher: ___________________________PAGE NO. NO.OF ITEM VENUE: TIME STARTED: TIME FINISHED:__________ ___________ ____________ _______________ ________________PURPOSE FOR TAKING THIS EXAM: SCHOOL:___ Assessment _____Exam _____ Others _____________________________________1 312 323 334 345 356 367 378 389 3910 4011 4112 4213 4314 4415 4516 4617 4718 4819 4920 5021 5122 5223 5324 5425 5526 5627 5728 5829 5930 60School: ________________________________ Page 197 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE CPE 20: CUMULATIVE ASSESSMENT TEST 2ERGON (75 POINTS)In this volume, Unit 2, we have considered the simple andcomplete predicate, the simple and complete subject,appositives, the clause, the independent clause as a simplesentence, dependent clause, and the complex sentence.1-10: Select the complete predicate in the following sentences.1. Our values, being implemented to all are at the heart of everything we do.2. They are in most cases not just a list of words.3. For our customers, they are a list of expectation.4. For our people, we deliver a set of guidelines to steer us.5. These golden written values are in the right business direction.6. We as one body and one soul challenge convention in all out markets.7. These values with positively challenging moral forces deliver better service to our customers.8. We, in this company, challenge ourselves to the best and consistently improve in it.9. Our business across the global market is built on our reputation.10. Adhering to the sincerity of our leaders is the defining quality of everything we do.11-20: Select the simple predicate in the following sentences.11. The foundation of the way we do business is all about real integrity.12. By understanding the value of innovation, we embrace change in order to grow.13. Over 200 years up to now we have managed to consistently change to sustain our growth.14. Change, by looking forward and making the past a lesson, is the way to face the challenges.15. We, in this business of noble intention, work with global community concern.16. With a long term view in mind, we allow our businesses, customers and suppliers to grow together.17. The health and safety of all our people in this business are paramount.18. Putting our customers first and working with them cannot be compromised.19. Understanding their specific needs is what we honestlySchool: ________________________________ Page 198 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE and objectively do to prove our sincerity.20. Welcoming new talent into our business is a way of development.21-30: Select the complete subject in the following sentences.21. Because English proficiency is a must for everyone to study to succeed in life.22. Due to the need in the market, the students are focused with their studies.23. Whenever they come to class to study major and minor subjects of their Course, their skills improve.24. Because they know the standard of working with the best people in the Industry, everyone is participating actively in the class.25. Through the teacher‟s expertise of the subject, the lesson was understood clearly.26. Due to the excellence they have showed, they will be rewarded with highest commendation.27. While this is true to all who finished their skills preparation, a good number of graduates will still have to work hard.28. Only the best and exceptional students would survive for this kind of training, the management said.29. Because the way to greatness requires excellent character, the school included Bibby‟s company philosophy.30. Although much of these values will come from other source like religion, integrating them to one‟s being is hard.31-40: Select the simple subject in the following sentences.31. He gives-in to the request of the Management to help the Housekeeping staff.32. The man jump-off upon hearing the bonus that the Management will be giving this Christmas.33. He outsmarted his own-self compared to previous records of coming to his work early.34. He is pissed-off yet has managed to control himself upon knowing of his boss‟s presence.35. He was shouting-out loud because the engine could give- in very shortly.36. The earning of the company shoots up according to the latest financial report.37. He copyrighted the book immediately to protect the intellectual rights of its author.38. The topic was brought up in the meeting to know if the majority of board members would agree about it.School: ________________________________ Page 199 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE39. He laid down the plan for the next budget-hearing.40. He is not giving up this time to protect his loyal men.41-45: Select any and all appositives in the followingsentences.41. The departments, Housekeeping and Cruise Staff, are actively serving the passengers.42. The ship is crossing the Pacific Ocean, Hawaii.43. The Chief Cook, my mother, is preparing a delicious meal.44. The students, Rose and Joseph, are in the library.45. There are two additional ships ordered to work for Burma Trade, Lancashire and Yorkshire. .46-55: Below are eight groups of words and phrases. Selectwhether the group is a clause or is no clause.46. Realizing the potential to Burma…47. Arthur Wilson Bibby was the guiding force…48. Which is contrary to Bibby‟s value of integrity…49. Because of the war…50. By the end of the war…51. All eleven ships were used…52. The Housekeeping on the ships…53. Supporting both the divisions and functions…54. The department is divided…55. At the outbreak of the war…56-66: Below are five sentences. Name whether the sentence is asimple sentence or a complex sentence.56. It provides basis for the daily tasks as well as evaluation.57. The Assistant Chief Housekeeper is responsible for the day-to-day administration of the Housekeeping staff.58. The incumbent would be required to have one to two years experience in hotel line in similar capacity.59. Because of the war, “Worcestershire” became a casualty in World War 1.60. He is expected to be fluent in English communication.61. At the outbreak of World War 2, Bibby Line was requisitioned for the war.62. Most likely, the person can be promoted to the post of Chief Housekeeper within one or two years.63. Although work experience is always an advantage.64. Another important position is Floor Supervisor.65. This person would be expected to supervise the operations of a floor of cabins.66. By the end of the war, Bibby Line had carried overSchool: ________________________________ Page 200 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE 200,000 British soldiers.67-75: Below are listed complex sentences. Select the dependentclause within each sentence.67. By the outbreak of WW2, Bibby Line ships were requisitioned for the war.68. Through the worst years in 1970s, Sir Derek made an exhausting but successful leadership.69. By the end of the war, Bibby Line had carried over 200,000 British and 25,000 American troops.70. Realizing the vast potential of the Burma trade, Wilson ordered two new streamers.71. Throughout its long and illustrious history, Bibby Line has courageously recorded its name.72. Pursuing an aggressive strategy is now actively being implemented.73. Because they believe to their proven integrity, professionalism, and excellence.74. Among the shipping lines, Bibby is the richest.75. By the end of war and desolation, Bibby Line had served over 200,000 British and 25,000 American troops. ----------o0o----------School: ________________________________ Page 201 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE TEST FORM: WPE 2NAME DATE SCORE PERCENTAGE________________________________________ ____________ _______ __________Last First MiddleCATEGORY: SUPERVISED BY___W&P ___ Clause ___ VTVP ___ VFSP Teacher: ___________________________PAGE NO. NO.OF ITEM VENUE: TIME STARTED: TIME FINISHED:__________ ___________ ____________ _______________ ________________PURPOSE FOR TAKING THIS EXAM: SCHOOL:___ Assessment _____Exam _____ Others _____________________________________1 312 323 334 345 356 367 378 389 3910 4011 4112 4213 4314 4415 4516 4617 4718 4819 4920 5021 5122 5223 5324 5425 5526 5627 5728 5829 5930 60School: ________________________________ Page 202 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE CPE 21: THE ADJECTIVE CLAUSE NO.1LEXPhrases and clauses about adjective oftentimes begin with eithera noun or a pronoun. It tells about who, that, whose, which, orwhose.MORPHLook at this sentence: The student who enrolled this semesterhas been from tour of duty. In this sentence, the underlinedwords are the adjective clause. They modify the “student”.ERGON (10 POINTS)Find the adjective clauses below. Underline them.1. The iron Screw which was part of the ship was found.2. The ship Braganza that was built by Bibby Line collided with another streamer.3. She sank immediately in the bottom with the loss of twenty-two lives.4. Nearly 125 years later, her remains that she suffered during the war was found in 1994.5. In 1859 the Bibby Line “Venetian” with pride and honor was built.6. It was the first vessel that Belfast shipyard Harland & Wolf made.7. Bibby Line which is among the wealthiest shipping companies has provided strong business opportunity for Harland & Wolff.8. Arthur Wilson who had been working hard was the guiding force in the fortunes of Bibby Line.9. Bibby is backed up strongly with committed employees.10. Those mariners who have been recalled for training are having an upgrade of their qualifications and credentials. ----------o0o----------School: ________________________________ Page 203 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE TEST FORM: WPE 2NAME DATE SCORE PERCENTAGE________________________________________ ____________ _______ __________Last First MiddleCATEGORY: SUPERVISED BY___W&P ___ Clause ___ VTVP ___ VFSP Teacher: ___________________________PAGE NO. NO.OF ITEM VENUE: TIME STARTED: TIME FINISHED:__________ ___________ ____________ _______________ ________________PURPOSE FOR TAKING THIS EXAM: SCHOOL:___ Assessment _____Exam _____ Others _____________________________________1 312 323 334 345 356 367 378 389 3910 4011 4112 4213 4314 4415 4516 4617 4718 4819 4920 5021 5122 5223 5324 5425 5526 5627 5728 5829 5930 60School: ________________________________ Page 204 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE CPE 22: THE ADJECTIVE CLAUSE NO.2 (CONTINUED)LEXAgain, phrases and clauses about adjective oftentimes begin witheither a noun or a pronoun. It tells about who, that, whose,which, or whose.MORPHConsider this sentence: ¹These exercises that you are having aredesigned to enforce the principles of grammar. The underlinedwords are the adjective clause. They modify the “exercises”.ERGON (15 POINTS)Find the adjective clauses below by underlining them.1. Sea-travel that is along the Bahamas is fun and exciting.2. The Captain who is standing over there will be inspecting the cabin anytime.3. The shipments which were ordered by the client in the Philippines were removed from the deck.4. The Housekeeping Department, which is in-charge with the cleanliness of the ship, prepared the hall for an activity.5. The Housekeeping Department that is located in that corner was heard to have required each staff to observe professionalism and excellence.6. The Assistant Chief Housekeeper that just passed by is part of the team.7. The Floor Supervisor and Housekeeping Staff which are actively preparing for everything are the busiest among the departments.8. A large crowd that has gathered in the entrance is about to board the ship.9. On the way to China, the ship that was newly built from the yard was watched and cheered.10. White, red and blue flags which were made for this ship were raised in the center pole.11. The Department that is taking care of the food is busy for breakfast meal.12. The laundry section that was working tirelessly was visited by the Captain.13. The ship with red, blue and grey colors was cruising the Atlantic Ocean.14. The Captain who is preparing for his report asked to be left alone.15. Our security team that is checking the bags of the passengers is very strict. ----------o0o----------School: ________________________________ Page 205 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSESchool: ________________________________ Page 206 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE TEST FORM: WPE 2NAME DATE SCORE PERCENTAGE________________________________________ ____________ _______ __________Last First MiddleCATEGORY: SUPERVISED BY___W&P ___ Clause ___ VTVP ___ VFSP Teacher: ___________________________PAGE NO. NO.OF ITEM VENUE: TIME STARTED: TIME FINISHED:__________ ___________ ____________ _______________ ________________PURPOSE FOR TAKING THIS EXAM: SCHOOL:___ Assessment _____Exam _____ Others _____________________________________1 312 323 334 345 356 367 378 389 3910 4011 4112 4213 4314 4415 4516 4617 4718 4819 4920 5021 5122 5223 5324 5425 5526 5627 5728 5829 5930 60School: ________________________________ Page 207 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE CPE 23: THE ADVERBIAL CLAUSELEXAdverbial clauses are often used in most dependent clauses inthe sentence. They may be found at the beginning or at the endof the complex sentence and they tell when, where, why, and howthe action takes place. They are usually using comma at thebeginning of the sentence.MORPHHere is the example: ¹When your training is done, this schoolwill make recommendation based on your performance. Theunderlined words tell about „when‟ is this going to happen.ERGON (20 POINTS)Find the complete adverbial clause in each complex sentence byunderlining them.1. Because the MV Shropshire was ready to use, the delivery was accepted on 22nd of July, 2009.2. The contract was executed since the two agreed about the terms and conditions.3. So that the vessel would be tested, it had been equipped with four cranes and cargo grabs.4. When the Management saw the outcome of the project, they were amazed of its capacity to perform.5. When China spurred the dry bulk markets back to reasonable levels, MV Shropshire was contracted.6. If technical and crew management were to be employed by Bibby, the vessel must be commissioned.7. So that the vessel must be administered, the commercial management system will be performed.8. Before she undertook a lengthy voyage across the Pacific Ocean, she had been contracted.9. Unless there is going to be a problem, the voyage will continue.10. Because the shipyard have reached this stage, the testament has been established.11. He leaves before his friends arrived this morning.12. How many books had been written for this category, we never know.13. Where he placed the key of the car, I may not find it.14. When storms hit the crops, it devastates the livelihood.15. Manila, before it was hit by second World War, was a beautiful place.16. People become so religious whenever they are visited bySchool: ________________________________ Page 208 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE natural calamity.17. So that they can go back to their feet, the government provided financial and relied help.18. Most of the people near the coast can be hit severely.19. Too much of the water has been poured by typhoon Ondoy.20. Near the river of that cloudy day, they saw a floating corpse. ----------o0o----------School: ________________________________ Page 209 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE TEST FORM: WPE 2NAME DATE SCORE PERCENTAGE________________________________________ ____________ _______ __________Last First MiddleCATEGORY: SUPERVISED BY___W&P ___ Clause ___ VTVP ___ VFSP Teacher: ___________________________PAGE NO. NO.OF ITEM VENUE: TIME STARTED: TIME FINISHED:__________ ___________ ____________ _______________ ________________PURPOSE FOR TAKING THIS EXAM: SCHOOL:___ Assessment _____Exam _____ Others _____________________________________1 312 323 334 345 356 367 378 389 3910 4011 4112 4213 4314 4415 4516 4617 4718 4819 4920 5021 5122 5223 5324 5425 5526 5627 5728 5829 5930 60School: ________________________________ Page 210 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE CPE 24: THE ADVERBIAL CLAUSE (CONTINUATION)LEXAgain, adverbial clauses are often used in most dependentclauses in the sentence. They may be found at the beginning orat the end of the complex sentence and they tell when, where,why, and how the action takes place. They are usually usingcomma at the beginning of the sentence.MORPHLook at this sentence: ¹The students are able to pass theirassessments because they studied hard their subjects. Theunderlined words are the adverbial clause because they tell“how”.ERGON (20 POINTS)Find the complete adverbial clause in each complex sentencebelow by underlining them.1. When travelers traveled west, the Oregon Trail was most often used.2. Settlers banded together in wagon trains on the trail in order that they might travel in safety.3. Military forts were built along the trail at rest stops because the settlers need protection from the Indians.4. The deep ruts caused by the wagon wheels, where the wagons followed the trail, may be seen today.5. The canvas covered wagons moved over the rolling prairie as if they were “prairie schooners.”6. Since the Wagons were built in Conestoga, Pennsylvania, the covered wagon was called “Conestoga wagon.”7. Because the wagons were heavy freight Conestoga wagons, the wagons were usually pulled by six horses or six oxen.8. Often, the wagon train stopped so that the dead could be buried along the trail.9. The wagon train stopped each Sunday so that the settlers could rest and worship.10. Travelers wrote about natural monuments while they traveled on the Oregon Trail.11. Faster than 75 kilometer an hour, the car hit the lamp post.12. The glass was made harder than the turtle‟s shell.13. Through a very meticulous preparation by the curator in the museum, the relics were displayed.14. The teacher asks a question whenever he sees it necessary to make sure they are learning well.15. Too much of food coloring was poured to the dough.School: ________________________________ Page 211 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE16. Less than a month when she left, the child still cries pitifully.17. Here lays the body of our hero, Jose Rizal, he said.18. So that they can be hired again, the men took a refresher course.19. They must obey all rules and regulations now that they know the standard of the company.20. Much of the industry standard around the globe requires English proficiency from the applicant. ----------o0o----------School: ________________________________ Page 212 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE TEST FORM: WPE 2NAME DATE SCORE PERCENTAGE________________________________________ ____________ _______ __________Last First MiddleCATEGORY: SUPERVISED BY___W&P ___ Clause ___ VTVP ___ VFSP Teacher: ___________________________PAGE NO. NO.OF ITEM VENUE: TIME STARTED: TIME FINISHED:__________ ___________ ____________ _______________ ________________PURPOSE FOR TAKING THIS EXAM: SCHOOL:___ Assessment _____Exam _____ Others _____________________________________1 312 323 334 345 356 367 378 389 3910 4011 4112 4213 4314 4415 4516 4617 4718 4819 4920 5021 5122 5223 5324 5425 5526 5627 5728 5829 5930 60School: ________________________________ Page 213 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE CPE 25: ADJECTIVE CLAUSES VERSUS ADVERBIAL CLAUSESLEXYou now learned that numerous clauses can be found in thesentence and they are either adjective or adverbial clauses.MORPHHere is the example: ¹The student who enrolled this semester hasbeen from tour of duty. In this sentence, the underlined wordsare the adjective clause. They modify the “student”. Anothersentence is: ²When your training is done, this school will makerecommendation based on your performance. The underlined wordswith an opener “when” are an adverbial clause.ERGON (15 POINTS)Please do as directed: 1) select the dependent clause present ineach sentence, and 2) select below whether the clause in thatsentence is an adjective clause or an adverbial clause.Underline the correct answer.1. Because of this successful project, the christening ceremony took place. (adjective clause) (adverbial clause)2. The vessel that completed the final outfit is now being displayed. (adjective clause) (adverbial clause)3. The guests that were invited to witness this event were mostly part of the business. (adjective clause) (adverbial clause)4. When the occasion was over, the stakeholders were glad. (adjective clause) (adverbial clause)5. Several bottles of champagne, which were offered, satisfied everyone. (adjective clause) (adverbial clause)6. So that they will have a clear understanding about the occasion, Mr. Wang, owner of the shipyard, stood and talked. (adjective clause) (adverbial clause)7. The vessel, with well-tried and tested design in the industry, was build according to the standard. (adjective clause) (adverbial clause)8. Until another need to serve the global market rises, the management can rest for a while. (adjective clause) (adverbial clause)9. The ship managers, that the investors would like to handle Shropshire, are Bibby Ship Management.(adjective clause) (adverbial clause)10. When a delicate responsibility is being given like this, the vessel is usually commissioned. (adjective clause) (adverbial clause)School: ________________________________ Page 214 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE11. The concert of Andrea Bocelli is entitled “Under the Dessert Sky” according to its producer and song-writer, David Foster. (adjective clause) (adverbial clause)12. The man, under the tree along the highway, is seated pitifully. (adjective clause) (adverbial clause)13. By not telling the truth, the judge warned the witness. (adjective clause) (adverbial clause)14. Jogging every morning of Monday, Wednesday, and Friday is good for the heart along with friends and other athletes. (adjective clause) (adverbial clause)15. Through the camera of that event, the opponent with his busy corner-men argued about the technique they should use to win the bout. (adjective clause) (adverbial clause) ----------o0o----------School: ________________________________ Page 215 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE TEST FORM: WPE 2NAME DATE SCORE PERCENTAGE________________________________________ ____________ _______ __________Last First MiddleCATEGORY: SUPERVISED BY___W&P ___ Clause ___ VTVP ___ VFSP Teacher: ___________________________PAGE NO. NO.OF ITEM VENUE: TIME STARTED: TIME FINISHED:__________ ___________ ____________ _______________ ________________PURPOSE FOR TAKING THIS EXAM: SCHOOL:___ Assessment _____Exam _____ Others _____________________________________1 312 323 334 345 356 367 378 389 3910 4011 4112 4213 4314 4415 4516 4617 4718 4819 4920 5021 5122 5223 5324 5425 5526 5627 5728 5829 5930 60School: ________________________________ Page 216 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE CPE 26: ADJECTIVE CLAUSES VERSUS ADVERBIAL CLAUSES (CONTINUATION)LEXWe have found that adjective clauses usually follow the noun orphrase the clause modifies; however, adverbial clauses can comebefore or after the verb, phrase, or clause modified. When anadverbial clause begins a sentence, the clause is usually markedoff by a comma.MORPHLook at these examples: ¹The student who enrolled this semesterhas been from tour of duty. In this sentence, the underlinedwords are the adjective clause. They modify the “student”. Inthis sentence: ²When your training is done, this school willmake recommendation based on your performance. The underlinedwords with an opener “when” are an adverbial clause.ERGON (10 POINTS)Please do the following as directed: 1) select the dependentclause present in each sentence, and 2) select below eachsentence is an adjective clause or an adverbial clause.Underline your answers.1. Although it is difficult to communicate sea-farers when out in the open sea, Sir Michael Bibby launch a free telephone referral system.(adjective clause) (adverbial clause)2. The project that has been named „Seafarer Support‟ Helpline directs callers to the seafaring charity. (adjective clause) (adverbial clause)3. The service which will inform welfare professionals has been a testament of concern and love for workers in the line of duty. (adjective clause) (adverbial clause)4. Even though they work from a far away continent, the management is concerned. (adjective clause) (adverbial clause)5. The author, whom was commissioned to create these books, salutes the Bibby Line Group of companies and J. Palma Professional Institute. (adjective clause) (adverbial clause)6. The service has been set up that seafarers are most likely to benefit more. (adjective clause) (adverbial clause)7. Although this is one of the best projects for Bibby‟s people, there are still other projects coming. (adjective clause) (adverbial clause)School: ________________________________ Page 217 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE8. They have been concerned that too many within the maritime community are still not being able to avail their services. (adjective clause) (adverbial clause)9. Because of this concern, the management is thinking of other ways. (adjective clause) (adverbial clause)10. The group are working relentlessly that they may deliver a range of efficient welfare projects across the entire UK maritime sector. (adjective clause) (adverbial clause) ----------o0o----------School: ________________________________ Page 218 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE TEST FORM: WPE 2NAME DATE SCORE PERCENTAGE________________________________________ ____________ _______ __________Last First MiddleCATEGORY: SUPERVISED BY___W&P ___ Clause ___ VTVP ___ VFSP Teacher: ___________________________PAGE NO. NO.OF ITEM VENUE: TIME STARTED: TIME FINISHED:__________ ___________ ____________ _______________ ________________PURPOSE FOR TAKING THIS EXAM: SCHOOL:___ Assessment _____Exam _____ Others _____________________________________1 312 323 334 345 356 367 378 389 3910 4011 4112 4213 4314 4415 4516 4617 4718 4819 4920 5021 5122 5223 5324 5425 5526 5627 5728 5829 5930 60School: ________________________________ Page 219 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE CPE 27: THE NOUN CLAUSE NO.1LEXSome dependent clauses function as a noun. They tell about:that, who, whom, what, whoever.MORPHIn this sentence: ¹What matters most amidst hardship is to learnwell. The underlined words make up the whole noun clause. Youmay have found out that in this one, a punctuation was not used.ERGON (20 POINTS)Find the noun clauses below and underline them.1. That they may have a good report is a strong motivation.2. What they will have to do in times of crises was always in their safety manual.3. They will be ready to accept responsibility whatever may happen.4. What they have attained this far is a testimony of excellence and good reputation.5. Wherever they come from does not matter.6. What is important when they are all in the vessel is to work in one accord.7. The management of Bibby gave them whatever moral and financial support they need.8. Whatever way you look at it is always a record of professionalism and excellence.9. Whoever will be chosen to work with us is going to find an obedient and honest team.10. That they may know once and for all about our loyalty is very important.11. What this truth may try to imply is definitely favorable to the company.12. That the crew and technical management team will be able to work extremely hard to deliver the vessel.13. What eventually happened was to face another 30 months of grueling work.14. What they are doing in the Hertfordshire Dry-dock is surely about making the shipping industry quality vessels.15. Who are these people working for is not important to many but they are the geniuses.16. Which is most common scene during Christmas is the commercialism of the season.17. Whose car you plan to borrow is still risky if you met an accident along the road.School: ________________________________ Page 220 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE18. He said nobody can equal the number of world titles of Manny Pacquiao.19. Anyone can become great on his own, the speaker said.20. Each of the boys in the class has brought his own project. ----------o0o----------School: ________________________________ Page 221 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE TEST FORM: WPE 2NAME DATE SCORE PERCENTAGE________________________________________ ____________ _______ __________Last First MiddleCATEGORY: SUPERVISED BY___W&P ___ Clause ___ VTVP ___ VFSP Teacher: ___________________________PAGE NO. NO.OF ITEM VENUE: TIME STARTED: TIME FINISHED:__________ ___________ ____________ _______________ ________________PURPOSE FOR TAKING THIS EXAM: SCHOOL:___ Assessment _____Exam _____ Others _____________________________________1 312 323 334 345 356 367 378 389 3910 4011 4112 4213 4314 4415 4516 4617 4718 4819 4920 5021 5122 5223 5324 5425 5526 5627 5728 5829 5930 60School: ________________________________ Page 222 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE CPE 28: THE NOUN CLAUSE NO.2 (CONTINUED)LEXAgain there are dependent clauses that function as a noun. Theytell about: that, who, whom, what, whoever.MORPHLook at this sentence once again: ¹What matters most amidsthardship is to learn well. The underlined words make up thewhole noun clause. You may have found out that in this one, apunctuation was not used.ERGON (15 POINTS)Find the noun clauses below and underline them. 1. What happened to Spencer Baron Hope is important to Bibby Line Limited after he passed the final exam. 2. That the entry to the Institute of Chartered Ship Brokers became a successful attempt. 3. Whoever writes about the effect of shipping to China is a good analysis on the demand for transportation of goods by sea. 4. What has created this imbalance between supply and demand is causing ship values to increase rapidly. 5. The green shoots of economic activity have started to appear in the mid-90‟s in China. 6. Whoever created the imbalance of supply and demand on sea transport of goods is not important. 7. That the addressing of the problem can now be met with accuracy. 8. What became the worst condition on sea trading has been stopped. 9. The chemical tanker Stolt Devon has been dry-docked and re- fit that the condition may be restored to standard. 10. Whoever made the decision must have good reason to avoid further problem. 11. The Management reviewed all available options that this opportunity generated. 12. That even swapping tax regimes of registry and overall management structure was scrutinized. 13. Why it has come to this condition needs to be understood in the light of overall business projection. 14. One can now understand that the reason for doing it is for the best of the company and its people. 15. The technical and crew management that are working hard for this vessel has been promoted for bravery.School: ________________________________ Page 223 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE TEST FORM: WPE 2NAME DATE SCORE PERCENTAGE________________________________________ ____________ _______ __________Last First MiddleCATEGORY: SUPERVISED BY___W&P ___ Clause ___ VTVP ___ VFSP Teacher: ___________________________PAGE NO. NO.OF ITEM VENUE: TIME STARTED: TIME FINISHED:__________ ___________ ____________ _______________ ________________PURPOSE FOR TAKING THIS EXAM: SCHOOL:___ Assessment _____Exam _____ Others _____________________________________1 312 323 334 345 356 367 378 389 3910 4011 4112 4213 4314 4415 4516 4617 4718 4819 4920 5021 5122 5223 5324 5425 5526 5627 5728 5829 59 CPE 29:30 60School: ________________________________ Page 224 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE NOUN CLAUSES VERSUS ADJECTIVE AND ADVERBIAL CLAUSES NO.1LEXThis far we are able to distinguish the difference between anadjective, adverbial, and noun clauses.MORPHAdjective clause – ¹The student who enrolled this semester hasbeen from tour of duty. In this sentence, the underlined wordsare the adjective clause. Adverbial clause – ²When your trainingis done, this school will make recommendation based on yourperformance. The underlined words tell about “when” is thisgoing to happen, therefore an adverbial clause. Noun clause -³What matters most amidst hardship is to learn well. Theunderlined words make up the whole noun clause.ERGON (20 POINTS)It is time we mix them. Please read each sentences below and doas directed: 1) select the dependent clause in each sentence,and then 2) select below each sentence whether the clause ofthat sentence is an adjective clause, adverbial clause or a nounclause. Underline your answer.1. What became the worst condition on sea trading has been stopped.2. When travelers traveled west, the Oregon Trail was most often used.3. The Housekeeping Department, which is in-charge with the cleanliness of the ship, prepared the hall for an activity.4. The chemical tanker Stolt Devon dry-docked and re-fit that the condition may be restored to standard.5. Settlers banded together in wagon trains on the trail in order that they might travel in safety.6. The Housekeeping Department that is located in that corner was heard to have required each staff to observe professionalism and excellence.7. Whoever made the decision must have good reason to avoid further problem.8. Military forts were built along the trail at rest stops because the settlers need protection from the Indians.9. The Assistant Chief Housekeeper that just passed by is part of the team.10. The Management reviewed all available options that this opportunity generated.11. The deep ruts caused by the wagon wheels, where the wagons followed the trail, may be seen today.School: ________________________________ Page 225 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE12. The Floor Supervisor and Housekeeping Staff which are actively preparing for everything are the busiest among the departments.13. That even swapping tax regimes of registry and overall management structure was scrutinized.14. Why it has come to this condition needs to be understood in the light of overall business projection.15. The canvas covered wagons moved over the rolling prairie as if they were prairie schooners.16. Since the Wagons were built in Conestoga, Pennsylvania, the covered wagon was called Conestoga Wagon.17. A large crowd that has gathered in the entrance is about to board the ship.18. On the way to China, the ship that was newly built from the yard was watched and cheered.19. One can now understand that the reason for doing it is for the best of the company and its people.20. The technical and crew management that are working hard for this vessel to work for another 30 months of trading. ----------o0o----------School: ________________________________ Page 226 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE TEST FORM: WPE 2NAME DATE SCORE PERCENTAGE________________________________________ ____________ _______ __________Last First MiddleCATEGORY: SUPERVISED BY___W&P ___ Clause ___ VTVP ___ VFSP Teacher: ___________________________PAGE NO. NO.OF ITEM VENUE: TIME STARTED: TIME FINISHED:__________ ___________ ____________ _______________ ________________PURPOSE FOR TAKING THIS EXAM: SCHOOL:___ Assessment _____Exam _____ Others _____________________________________1 312 323 334 345 356 367 378 389 3910 4011 4112 4213 4314 4415 4516 4617 4718 4819 4920 5021 5122 5223 5324 5425 5526 5627 5728 5829 5930 60School: ________________________________ Page 227 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE CPE 30: NOUN CLAUSES VERSUS ADJECTIVE AND ADVERBIAL CLAUSES NO.2 (CONTINUATION)LEXAgain this is a reinforcement of the previous lesson aboutadjective, adverbial, and noun clauses.MORPHLook at these examples once again: Adjective clause – ¹Thestudent who enrolled this semester has been from tour of duty.In this sentence, the underlined words are the adjective clause.Adverbial clause – ²When your training is done, this school willmake recommendation based on your performance. The underlinedwords tell about “when” is this going to happen and are anadverbial clause. Noun clause - ³What matters most amidsthardship is to learn well. The underlined words make up theentire noun clause.ERGON (15 POINTS)It is time we mix them. Please read each sentences below and doas directed: 1) select the dependent clause in each sentence,and then 2) select below each sentence whether the clause ofthat sentence is an adjective clause, adverbial clause or a nounclause. Underline your answer.1. In 1859 the Bibby Line “Venetian” with pride and honor was built. (adjective clause) (adverbial clause) (noun clause)2. White, red and blue flags which were made for this ship were raised in the center pole. (adjective clause) (adverbial clause) (noun clause)3. Often, the wagon train stopped so that the dead could be buried along the trail. (adjective clause) (adverbial clause) (noun clause)4. It was the first vessel that Belfast shipyard Harland & Wolf made. (adjective clause) (adverbial clause) (noun clause)5. The Department that is taking care of the food is busy for breakfast meal. (adjective clause) (adverbial clause) (noun clause)6. The ship continued each day so that there is a convincing performance. (adjective clause) (adverbial clause) (noun clause)7. Our security team that is checking the bags of the passengers is very strict.(adjective clause) (adverbial clause) (noun clause)School: ________________________________ Page 228 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE8. Bibby is backed up with committed employees. (adjective clause) (adverbial clause) (noun clause)9. Sea-travelers wrote about their experiences while they traveled on the Burma trade. (adjective clause) (adverbial clause) (noun clause)10. Arthur Wilson who had been working hard was the guiding force in the fortunes of Bibby Line. (adjective clause) (adverbial clause) (noun clause)11. The ship with red, blue and grey colors painted around was cruising the Atlantic Ocean. (adjective clause) (adverbial clause) (noun clause)12. The Captain who is preparing for his report asked to be left alone. (adjective clause) (adverbial clause) (noun clause)13. The laundry section that was working tirelessly was visited by the Captain. (adjective clause) (adverbial clause) (noun clause)14. Bibby Line which is among the wealthiest shipping companies has provided strong business opportunity for Harland & Wolff. (adjective clause) (adverbial clause) (noun clause)15. That they may understand the principles of grammar is the aim of this book. (adjective clause) (adverbial clause) (noun clause) ----------o0o----------School: ________________________________ Page 229 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE TEST FORM: WPE 2NAME DATE SCORE PERCENTAGE________________________________________ ____________ _______ __________Last First MiddleCATEGORY: SUPERVISED BY___W&P ___ Clause ___ VTVP ___ VFSP Teacher: ___________________________PAGE NO. NO.OF ITEM VENUE: TIME STARTED: TIME FINISHED:__________ ___________ ____________ _______________ ________________PURPOSE FOR TAKING THIS EXAM: SCHOOL:___ Assessment _____Exam _____ Others _____________________________________1 312 323 334 345 356 367 378 389 3910 4011 4112 4213 4314 4415 4516 4617 4718 4819 4920 5021 5122 5223 5324 5425 5526 5627 5728 5829 5930 60School: ________________________________ Page 230 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE CPE 31: THE SENTENCE NO.1LEXWhen the two independent clauses are joined together they arecalled compound sentence and usually the use of comma, semi-colon, dash or „or‟ are employed to connect these clauses.MORPHThe examples are: ¹St. Joe Development Academy was establishedto help poor students and Bibby Line Limited commissioned Mr.Smith to make this happen. You may notice the use of theconnector „and‟ in between two sentences to make the twosentences become one. This is now called compound sentence.While a simple sentence is just an independent clause as youhave previously studied. When there are one or more dependentclauses in a compound sentence you can bet that it is a compoundcomplex sentence.ERGON (20 POINTS)The sentences below are simple sentence, complex sentence,compound sentence, or compound complex sentence. Select below ifeach sentence is simple sentence, complex sentence, compoundsentence, or compound complex sentence. Underline the correctanswer.1. Sir Michael Bibby helped launch a new free telephone referral service to support seafarers and their families get help in times of need. (simple sentence)(complex sentence)(compound sentence) (compound complex sentence)2. They aptly named „Seafarer Support Helpline‟ directs callers to the seafaring charity that is best placed to help them. (simple sentence)(complex sentence)(compound sentence) (compound complex sentence)3. The service will also inform welfare professionals. (simple sentence)(complex sentence)(compound sentence) (compound complex sentence)4. The free-phone service is operated by the Merchant Navy Welfare Board. (simple sentence)(complex sentence)(compound sentence) (compound complex sentence)5. It is available daily. (simple sentence) (complex sentence) (compound sentence) (compound complex sentence)6. The service has been set-up in response to research thatSchool: ________________________________ Page 231 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE fond that seafarers are more likely to face poverty, homelessness, bereavement, loneliness, debt and marriage breakdown. (simple sentence)(complex sentence)(compound sentence) (compound complex sentence)7. Other occupational groups are often aware that there are charities dedicated to helping them. (simple sentence)(complex sentence)(compound sentence) (compound complex sentence)8. The service is being funded by the Maritime Charities Funding Group - a partnership of maritime charities. (simple sentence)(complex sentence)(compound sentence) (compound complex sentence)9. The group is working together to deliver a range of efficient welfare projects across the entire UK maritime sector. (simple sentence)(complex sentence)(compound sentence) (compound complex sentence)10. This provides an outreach service to seafarers and their families who are looking for financial help and guidance. (simple sentence)(complex sentence)(compound sentence) (compound complex sentence)11. We have been concerned that too many people within the maritime community are slipping through the net. (simple sentence)(complex sentence)(compound sentence) (compound complex sentence)12. This service is a means by which we can place those people in touch. (simple sentence)(complex sentence)(compound sentence) (compound complex sentence)13. With this organization, it is best suited to help. (simple sentence)(complex sentence)(compound sentence) (compound complex sentence)14. The service can also be accessed through the internet and emails will be responded to within one working day. (simple sentence)(complex sentence)(compound sentence) (compound complex sentence)15. This is how Bibby Line Group would like to say that they protect the interest of their personnel. (simple sentence)(complex sentence)(compound sentence) (compound complex sentence)16. Spencer Barton Hope, the Bibby Line Limited Shipping Manager, passed his final exam. (simple sentence)(complex sentence) (compound sentence) (compound complex sentence)17. He is now qualified for entry into the Institute of Chartered Ship Brokers. (simple sentence)(complex sentence) (compound sentence)School: ________________________________ Page 232 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE (compound complex sentence)18. This is the culmination of three years study and the successful completion of seven exams. (simple sentence) (complex sentence)(compound sentence) (compound complex sentence)19. It covers all aspects within the shipping industry. (simple sentence)(complex sentence)(compound sentence) (compound complex sentence)20. Go! He said. (simple sentence)(complex sentence)(compound sentence) (compound complex sentence) ----------o0o----------School: ________________________________ Page 233 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE Drills about: Sentence MasterySchool: ________________________________ Page 234 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE TEST FORM: WPE 2NAME DATE SCORE PERCENTAGE________________________________________ ____________ _______ __________Last First MiddleCATEGORY: SUPERVISED BY___W&P ___ Clause ___ VTVP ___ VFSP Teacher: ___________________________PAGE NO. NO.OF ITEM VENUE: TIME STARTED: TIME FINISHED:__________ ___________ ____________ _______________ ________________PURPOSE FOR TAKING THIS EXAM: SCHOOL:___ Assessment _____Exam _____ Others _____________________________________1 312 323 334 345 356 367 378 389 3910 4011 4112 4213 4314 4415 4516 4617 4718 4819 4920 5021 5122 5223 5324 5425 5526 5627 5728 5829 5930 60School: ________________________________ Page 235 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE CPE 32: THE SENTENCES NO.2 (CONTINUATION)LEXAgain, when the two independent clauses are joined together theyare called compound sentence and usually the use of comma, semi-colon, dash or “or” are employed to connect these clauses.MORPHLook at this sentence once again: ¹St. Joe Development Academywas established to help the students and the Chairman Limitedcommissioned Sir Stuart to make this happen. You may notice theuse of “and” in between two sentences to make them one. This isnow called compound sentence. While a simple sentence is just anindependent clause as you had previously studied. When there areone or more dependent clauses in a compound sentence you can betthat it is a compound complex sentence.ERGON (15 POINTS)The sentences below are simple sentence, complex sentence,compound sentence, or compound complex sentence. Select below byunderlining the correct answer whether a sentence is simplesentence, complex sentence, compound sentence, or compoundcomplex sentence.1. In understanding grammar rules, the principles must be learned at the very start.2. You are now beginning to learn the simple sentence.3. The simple sentence must not have any dependent clause.4. A complex sentence comes easy when the group of words do not possess a complete thought.5. A compound sentence has one complete sentence and the other one has the same complete thought.6. The compound complex-sentence has one complete thought and the next sentence is having the same complete expression while the third cannot stand alone even if it has a subject and a verb.7. The best way to learn grammar is to study all the principles with patience and perseverance.8. Grammar is fun and easy to learn.9. You must have a heart to overcome obstacles whatever challenges you may encounter along the way10. I hope you learn your lessons well so that others may be able to learn from you.11. When the principles are learned, the making of a paragraph will become easier.12. Composition is another lesson which you need to deal with to become a good communicator.School: ________________________________ Page 236 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE13. The world of men is plagued with so many strife, hatred, and division due to miscommunication which is brought by different culture and persuasion.14. You must contribute unselfishly for the unification of the human race to make this world a better place for all.15. Grammar is helping people to speak clearly and you are being challenged to share your knowledge from now on. ----------o0o----------School: ________________________________ Page 237 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE TEST FORM: WPE 2NAME DATE SCORE PERCENTAGE________________________________________ ____________ _______ __________Last First MiddleCATEGORY: SUPERVISED BY___W&P ___ Clause ___ VTVP ___ VFSP Teacher: ___________________________PAGE NO. NO.OF ITEM VENUE: TIME STARTED: TIME FINISHED:__________ ___________ ____________ _______________ ________________PURPOSE FOR TAKING THIS EXAM: SCHOOL:___ Assessment _____Exam _____ Others _____________________________________1 312 323 334 345 356 367 378 389 3910 4011 4112 4213 4314 4415 4516 4617 4718 4819 4920 5021 5122 5223 5324 5425 5526 5627 5728 5829 5930 60School: ________________________________ Page 238 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE CPE 33: THE SENTENCES NO.3 (CONTINUATION)LEXMake sure you are getting more correct answer. Again, when thetwo independent clauses are joined together they are calledcompound sentence and usually the use of comma, semi-colon, dashor “or” are employed to connect these clauses.MORPHLook at this example: ¹St. Joe Development Academy wasestablished to help the students and the Chairman Limitedcommissioned Sir Stuart to make this happen while some peopleare needed also to help for this project. You probably noticedthe use of “and” in between two sentences to make one sentence;and, the addition of “while” at the end of the second sentenceto form a dependent clause. This is now called compound complexsentence. While a simple sentence is just an independent clauseas you had previously studied. When there are two or moredependent clauses in a compound sentence you can bet that it isa compound complex sentence.ERGON (15 POINTS)The sentences below are simple sentence, complex sentence,compound sentence, or compound complex sentence. Select below byunderlining the correct answer whether each sentence is simplesentence, complex sentence, compound sentence, or compoundcomplex sentence.1. The chemical tanker, Stolt Devon, has recently undergone a major dry-docking programmed and re-fit in Montenegro. (simple) (complex) (compound) (compound-complex)2. It was scheduled to coincide with the vessel‟s exit where the vessel had been operating since 1997. (simple) (complex) (compound) (compound-complex)3. The chemical tanker market continues to face challenging circumstances with most other sectors of shipping. (simple) (complex) (compound) (compound-complex)4. It was outperformed in terms of financial gain; however, the Management will not just sit and watch it overtaken by demands so that it meets the expectations later on. (simple) (complex) (compound) (compound-complex)5. It is one of the most capital intensive and operationally challenging of all the tanker markets because of its structure and purpose. (simple) (complex) (compound) (compound-complex)6. Due to structural changes in the regions, they found the size of Stolt Devon and all other similar vessels are increasingly challenging to fit to their trade-lanes.School: ________________________________ Page 239 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE (simple) (complex) (compound) (compound-complex)7. The decision was taken to redeliver Stolt Devon. (simple) (complex) (compound) (compound-complex)8. By reviewing all available options, the Management decided for its reconditioning; and, ordered all personnel be retrained as the vessel is being finally re-specified. (simple) (complex) (compound) (compound-complex)9. Even swapping tax regimes was scrutinized to have the vessel be structured in its entirety. (simple) (complex) (compound) (compound-complex)10. The vessel has been renamed MV Devon and the commercial management has been places with others who are experienced managers in the parcel tanker industry. (simple, (complex, compound, or compound-complex)11. Because of the decision of the management, where it involved the overhauling of the entire ship, the MV Devon is ready for its newly found re-birth. (simple) (complex) (compound) (compound-complex)12. Undergoing extensive cargo tank work during the dry-dock has given the management the opportunity to consider changing the coatings; which has now enhanced the vessel. (simple) (complex) (compound) (compound-complex)13. The technical and crew management has been placed with EPIC and BIS respectively; by transferring from Stolt, all managers are working extremely hard to complete a challenging work. (simple) (complex) (compound) (compound-complex)14. They bring the vessel back into service and prepared it for another thirty months of trading. (simple) (complex) (compound) (compound-complex)15. Come! Study your lesson well! (simple) (complex) (compound) (compound-complex)School: ________________________________ Page 240 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE TEST FORM: WPE 2NAME DATE SCORE PERCENTAGE________________________________________ ____________ _______ __________Last First MiddleCATEGORY: SUPERVISED BY___W&P ___ Clause ___ VTVP ___ VFSP Teacher: ___________________________PAGE NO. NO.OF ITEM VENUE: TIME STARTED: TIME FINISHED:__________ ___________ ____________ _______________ ________________PURPOSE FOR TAKING THIS EXAM: SCHOOL:___ Assessment _____Exam _____ Others _____________________________________1 312 323 334 345 356 367 378 389 3910 4011 4112 4213 4314 4415 4516 4617 4718 4819 4920 5021 5122 5223 5324 5425 5526 5627 5728 5829 5930 60School: ________________________________ Page 241 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE CPE 34: THE SENTENCE NO.4 (CONTINUATION)LEXI think you mastered the sentences already. Make sure you aregetting more correct answer because there will be a finalassessment for this at the end of this book. Again, when the twoindependent clauses are joined together they are called compoundsentence and usually the use of comma, semi-colon, dash or “or”are employed to connect these clauses.MORPHLook at this sentence: ¹St. Joe Development Academy wasestablished to help the students and London Limited Inc.commissioned Sir Stuart to make this happen while some peopleare needed to help for this project. You may notice the use of“and” to make two sentences become one and “while” at the end ofthe second sentence were added to form a dependent clause. Thisis now called compound complex sentence. While a simple sentenceis just an independent clause as you have previously studied,additional information can make it complex.ERGON (20 POINTS)The sentences below are simple sentence, complex sentence,compound sentence, or compound complex sentence. Select below byunderlining the correct answer whether each sentence is simplesentence, complex sentence, compound sentence, or compoundcomplex sentence.1. It was an informal meeting at first and it was just to introduce Sopphia to Coach Dela Cruz. (simple) (complex) (compound) (compound-complex)2. As the conversation starts to get longer, the question of trust and confidence became obvious. (simple) (complex) (compound) (compound-complex)3. Prof. Stuart had been with many business partners and majority of them had fallen short to his standard. (simple) (complex) (compound) (compound-complex)4. The St. Joe Development Academy will have many students, many professional mariners, and many schools to be built better than its counterpart. (simple) (complex) (compound) (compound-complex)5. This school had one more edge – it has its own captured market. (simple) (complex) (compound) (compound-complex)6. The St. Joe school is an elite mariner school. (simple) (complex) (compound) (compound-complex)7. Hundred of students enroll at St. Joe, upgrading theirSchool: ________________________________ Page 242 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE skills and qualifications. (simple) (complex) (compound) (compound-complex)8. Prof. Stuart was tasked of establishing a language school. (simple) (complex) (compound) (compound-complex)9. Although he was able to put up the school, a need for quality teachers was crucial to transfer the technology of learning to students. (simple) (simple complex) (compound) (compound-complex)10. These schools in Las Piñas and Cavite handled the early batches of students and to teach them more advanced courses before they go back to work. (simple) (complex) (compound) (compound-complex)11. In 2010, Mr. Stuart and his trusted men gathered to the newly built school followed by a thanksgiving party with visitors from companies, schools, dignitaries; they were filled with joy to witness and to bless the occasion. (simple) (complex) (compound) (compound-complex)12. Although the whole faculty and staff were present, they were thinking ahead of what to do next. (simple) (complex) (compound) (compound-complex)13. Before the year 2010 ends, Mr. Stuart‟s perseverance and good leadership brought the school better, and on the first week of November 2010, the vision became clearer with the inclusion of IELTS and TOEIC international language assessments to students. (simple) (complex) (compound) (compound-complex)14. His sensitivity to international standard called the attention of ship management to realize that English proficiency would give the students better chances; Mr. Stuart decided a two-year ladderized upgrading studies while a need of an English for Specific Purpose must be offered. (simple) (complex) (compound) (compound-complex)15. Mr. Stuart was happy, because he was commissioned to create the modules. (simple) (complex) (compound) (compound-complex)16. It was this reason that these materials were made and it has become an important part of the curriculum. (simple) (complex) (compound) (compound-complex)17. Mr. Stuart became the Head for Communication of St. Joe Development Academy, and created more modules as part of the language training for mariners. (simple) (complex) (compound) (compound-complex)18. The students are now able to have a unique manuscript of lesson that is made available only to St. JoeSchool: ________________________________ Page 243 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE Development Academy. (simple) (complex) (compound) (compound-complex)19. Through all the text written in this module, the students are able to familiarize themselves with different sentence structures (simple) (complex) (compound) (compound-complex)20. Jogging early in the morning is best for the heart. (simple) (complex) (compound) (compound-complex) ----------o0o----------School: ________________________________ Page 244 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE TEST FORM: WPE 2NAME DATE SCORE PERCENTAGE________________________________________ ____________ _______ __________Last First MiddleCATEGORY: SUPERVISED BY___W&P ___ Clause ___ VTVP ___ VFSP Teacher: ___________________________PAGE NO. NO.OF ITEM VENUE: TIME STARTED: TIME FINISHED:__________ ___________ ____________ _______________ ________________PURPOSE FOR TAKING THIS EXAM: SCHOOL:___ Assessment _____Exam _____ Others _____________________________________1 312 323 334 345 356 367 378 389 3910 4011 4112 4213 4314 4415 4516 4617 4718 4819 4920 5021 5122 5223 5324 5425 5526 5627 5728 5829 5930 60School: ________________________________ Page 245 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE CPE 35: COMPOUND SENTENCES VERSUS RUN-ON SENTENCES NO.1LEXNow we understand that independent clauses can be joinedtogether but without proper use of punctuations this will becomerun-on sentences. Your reader will have difficultiesdistinguishing correct group of thoughts when that happens.MORPHLook at this example: ¹Because that is best alternative for allstudents the management of E-WIKA TUTORIAL SERVICES and St. JoeDevelopment Academy agreed to establish this project with thehelp of other people. This is a run-on sentence.This is how it should appear: Because that is the bestalternative for all students(,) the management of E-WIKATUTORIAL SERVICES and St. Joe Development Academy agreed toestablish this project(,) with the help of other people.ERGON (10 POINTS)There are sentences below. Put a comma to each sentence to avoidhaving a run-on sentence.1. Bibby Line accepted delivery of new vessel MV Shropshire from the shipbuilders Yangzhou Guoyu Shipbuilding in China.2. The completion of this vessel has achieved two significant milestones it is the largest vessel built by this shipyard.3. “Shropshire” is identified by the shipbuilders it was ordered in December 2006.4. The vessel is a 57,000 mts deadweight dry bulk carrier it is referred to in shipping parlance as a Supramax.5. The vessel holds a combined capacity of 71,600 cubic meters with four cranes and cargo grabs in addition to facilitate discharge operations in less well established ports.6. With employment prospects for the vessel looking particularly poor at the end of 2008 the decimating effects of the financial crisis.7. “Shropshire” has now been contracted on a time charter of 12 months duration it will be engaged in world-wide trading in the transportation.8. The Technical and crew management of “Shropshire” will be performed by Bibby Ship Management who have in the last few months been engaged in the multi-facetedSchool: ________________________________ Page 246 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE process of commissioning the vessel to be ready for trading.9. The commercial management will be performed by the team at ICAP Shipping who will be responsible for all operational matters related to the charter party.10. The vessel will be managed in such a way as to become our second Tonnage Tax Qualifying Activity and hence deliver significant fiscal benefits to the shipping division. ----------o0o----------School: ________________________________ Page 247 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE TEST FORM: WPE 2NAME DATE SCORE PERCENTAGE________________________________________ ____________ _______ __________Last First MiddleCATEGORY: SUPERVISED BY___W&P ___ Clause ___ VTVP ___ VFSP Teacher: ___________________________PAGE NO. NO.OF ITEM VENUE: TIME STARTED: TIME FINISHED:__________ ___________ ____________ _______________ ________________PURPOSE FOR TAKING THIS EXAM: SCHOOL:___ Assessment _____Exam _____ Others _____________________________________1 312 323 334 345 356 367 378 389 3910 4011 4112 4213 4314 4415 4516 4617 4718 4819 4920 5021 5122 5223 5324 5425 5526 5627 5728 5829 5930 60School: ________________________________ Page 248 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE CPE 36: CUMULATIVE ASSESSMENT TEST 3CONGRARULATIONS YOU HAVE COME THIS FAR. THIS IS THE LASTASSESSMENT YOU ARE GOING TO TAKE BEFORE YOU PROCEED TO FINALASEESSMENT WHICH IS YOUR FINAL TEST.ERGON (60 POINTS)Read each question below and do as directed.1-10: Underline the complete predicate in the followingsentences.1. Bibby Line Limited is the Shipping Division of Bibby Line Group Limited.2. It is a privately-owned business services group with its roots in shipping.3. Bibby Line has built a strong reputation over 200 years for professionalism, integrity and quality.4. Combined with Bibby‟s financial strength, it allows the Shipping Division to respond quickly to new opportunities.5. The Division‟s strategy is clear and aggressive.6. Bibby Line aims to grow, diversify and further strengthen its position in its chosen markets.7. It has the resources, and particularly committed employees, to deliver further growth and prosperity to its stakeholders.8. With a clear and aggressive strategy, Bibby Line aims to grow, diversify and further strengthen its position in chosen market sectors.9. Throughout its long and illustrious history, Bibby Line has a record of involvement in almost every aspect of marine industry.10. Having owned, managed or operated all types of vessels, it has built an enviable reputation for safe and high quality operations, particularly specializing in niche shipping activities.11-15: Underline the simple predicate in the following sentence.11. With a clear and aggressive strategy, Bibby Line aims to grow, diversify and further strengthen its position in chosen market sectors.12. It has the resources and particularly committed employees to deliver growth and prosperity to its stakeholders.13. Bibby Line Limited is a company with a rich and vibrant history.School: ________________________________ Page 249 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE14. It has survived the many ups and downs of the 19th and 20th centuries including wars and economic hardships.15. All the events listed are just a small part of Bibby Lines heritage and some of the reasons why it has outlasted so many competitors.16-20: Underline the complete subject in the followingsentences.16. There are many other parts to Bibby Lines history, many tales of wartime heroism and foreign adventures in the lands unknown.17. In 1840, John Bibby was found brutally murdered.18. Robbed for only a pocket watch, he was knocked unconscious and thrown into a pond and left to drown.19. He left a substantial shipping business to his four sons.20. In 1841, as a tribute to their father, a 540 ton sailing vessel, “John Bibby” was the first vessel launched after his death.21-25: Underline the simple subject in the following sentences.21. The name of the founder remained on Lloyd‟s List in a wider sense for many generations.22. In 1850, the “Tiber” and the “Arno” were ordered from a Glasgow Yard.23. Edward Harland who eventually built the “Titanic” was a friend and protégé of the Bibby‟s.24. He placed great faith in the then unrecognized genius in shipbuilding.25. The iron Screw ship, “Braganza”, was built in 1856, was lost in 1869.26-30: Underline all appositives in the following sentences.26. The ships, “Tiber” and “Arno” were ordered from a Glasgow Yard.27. The iron Screw ship, “Braganza”, was built in 1856, was lost in 1869.28. Without them, the Bibby family, there would have never been a Harland & Wolff.29. Arthur Wilson Bibby, the guiding force in the fortunes of the Bibby Line, thought of ordering two more ships.30. These ships, “Lancashire” and “Yorkshire”, marked the beginning of the practice of naming Bibby ships after English „shire‟ counties.31-35: Below are six groups of words and Phrases. Underlinebelow to each group whether the group is a clause or is noclause.School: ________________________________ Page 250 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE31. Marking the beginning of the practice… (a clause) (no clause)32. Naming Bibby ships after English „shire‟ counties… (a clause) (no clause)33. The guiding force in the fortunes… (a clause) (no clause)34. Lancashire recorded the best time… (a clause) (no clause)35. The route gained the reputation for reliability… (a clause) (no clause)36-42: Below are eight clauses. Underline below each clausewhether the clause is an independent clause or a dependentclause.36. Because it is the beginning of the practice… (independent clause) (dependent clause)37. A name of „shire‟ has now become the practice… (independent clause) (dependent clause)38. When it recorded the best time… (independent clause) (dependent clause)39. Bibby Line has become the benchmark of standard… (independent clause) (dependent clause)40. Since it has the longest credible existence… (independent clause) (dependent clause)41. Most shipping industries use it as a model… (independent clause) (dependent clause)42. Welcoming every development is good… (independent clause) (dependent clause)43-52: Below are listed ten complex sentences. Do the following:1) underline the dependent clause in each sentence, and 2)underline below each sentence whether the dependent clause inthe prior sentence is used as an adverbial clause, adjectiveclause, or as a noun clause.43. Bibby Line Ltd is the shipping division of Bibby Line Group Limited which is a privately-owned business-to-business services group with its roots in shipping. (adverbial clause) (adjective clause) (noun clause)44. Following an aggressive strategy of diversification in the 1980s, Bibby Line Group is now involved in many shipping businesses that contributed to its success. (adverbial clause) (adjective clause) (noun clause)45. The company that has been founded for more than hundred years was founded by Liverpool entrepreneur John Bibby in 1807 and has its head office in Duke Street, Liverpool. (adverbial clause) (adjective clause) (noun clause)School: ________________________________ Page 251 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE46. It is regarded as the oldest privately owned shipping company in the world through the record it had achieved to itself. (adverbial clause) (adjective clause) (noun clause)47. Because Bibby was placed on the „Government Approved‟ list, it paved to develop passenger vessels. (Adverbial clause) (Adjective clause) (Noun clause)48. This approval that the government gave to Bibby led to continue the business without disruption. (Adverbial clause) (Adjective clause) (Noun clause)49. Before growing into a shipping magnet, it was just a small company run by family members. (Adverbial clause) (Adjective clause) (Noun clause)50. The Trade Unions voted Bibby as the ideal type of employer although others may admit that they too deserve recognition. (Adverbial clause) (Adjective clause) (Noun clause)51. Bibby Line, which is just one of the many Bibby companies, recorded an unprecedented growth in 2003. (Adverbial clause) (Adjective clause) (Noun clause)52. The whole men and women of the company rejoiced about the good news. (Adverbial clause) (Adjective clause) (Noun clause)53-60: Below are listed twelve sentences. Choose whether thesentence is a simple, complex, compound or a compound-complexsentence. Underline your answer.53. A student who will study hard can get the best reward out of it. (simple) (complex) ( compound) ( compound-complex)54. This is the law of life that everyone should really learn to live out. (simple) (complex) ( compound) ( compound-complex)55. Never lose your concentration while there is a time for you to get better because life is short. (simple) (complex) ( compound) ( compound-complex)56. When an opportunity knocks once, grabbing it requires fast and strong decision-making skills. (simple) (complex) ( compound) ( compound-complex)57. God is giving everyone a fair chance to survive so they have to make use the most of it. (simple) (complex) ( compound) ( compound-complex)58. Skills and qualifications are two important credentials in life. (simple) (complex) ( compound) ( compound-complex)59. You are blessed because not all people have the privileges like what you receive. (simple) (complex) ( compound) ( compound-complex)60. When I know how to make simple clauses, I can nowSchool: ________________________________ Page 252 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE simply express my thought. (simple) (complex) ( compound) ( compound-complex) ----------o0o----------School: ________________________________ Page 253 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE TEST FORM: WPE 2NAME DATE SCORE PERCENTAGE________________________________________ ____________ _______ __________Last First MiddleCATEGORY: SUPERVISED BY___W&P ___ Clause ___ VTVP ___ VFSP Teacher: ___________________________PAGE NO. NO.OF ITEM VENUE: TIME STARTED: TIME FINISHED:__________ ___________ ____________ _______________ ________________PURPOSE FOR TAKING THIS EXAM: SCHOOL:___ Assessment _____Exam _____ Others _____________________________________1 312 323 334 345 356 367 378 389 3910 4011 4112 4213 4314 4415 4516 4617 4718 4819 4920 5021 5122 5223 5324 5425 5526 5627 5728 5829 5930 60School: ________________________________ Page 254 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE CPE 37: POST ASSESSMENT TESTThis is now your final assessment test. You must answer allitems with pure honesty and try your best to remember all theprinciples of grammar that are needed to each word group.There are about 80 items for this test and you are expected toat least get the 85% percent. When you‟re done, try to referyour score at the end of this book and get the equivalent. Ifyou landed to 80% below, it is advised that you go back to thatparticular grammar principle and learn them again. Remember thatthis stage of your studies is the fundamental level and it willdetermine the strength of your grammar skills later. This willthen reflect to your skills in composition.ERGON: IDENTIFY THE FOLLOWING GRAMMAR RULES. (80 POINTS)1-10: Underline the complete predicate in the followingsentences.1. Bibby Line Limited is the Shipping Division of Bibby Line Group Limited.2. It is a privately-owned business services group with its roots in shipping.3. Bibby Line has built a strong reputation over 200 years for professionalism, integrity and quality.4. Combined with Bibby‟s financial strength, allows the Shipping Division to respond quickly to new opportunities.5. The Division‟s strategy is clear and aggressive.6. Bibby Line aims to grow, diversify and further strengthen its position in its chosen markets.7. It has the resources, and particularly committed employees, to deliver further growth and prosperity to its stakeholders.8. With a clear and aggressive strategy, Bibby Line aims to grow, diversify and further strengthen its position in chosen market sectors.9. Throughout its long and illustrious history, Bibby Line has a record of involvement in almost every aspect of marine industry.10. Having owned, managed or operated all types of vessels, it has built an enviable reputation for safe and high quality operations, particularly specializing in niche shipping activities.11-15: Underline the simple predicate in the following sentence.School: ________________________________ Page 255 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE11. With a clear and aggressive strategy, Bibby Line aims to grow, diversify and further strengthen its position in chosen market sectors.12. It has the resources and particularly committed employees to deliver growth and prosperity to its stakeholders.13. Bibby Line Limited is a company with a rich and vibrant history.14. It has survived the many ups and downs of the 19th and 20th centuries including wars and economic hardships.15. All the events listed are just a small part of Bibby Lines heritage and some of the reasons why it has outlasted so many competitors.16-20: Underline the complete subject in the followingsentences.16. There are many other parts to Bibby Lines history, many tales of wartime heroism and foreign adventures in the lands unknown.17. In 1840, John Bibby was found brutally murdered.18. Robbed for only a pocket watch, he was knocked unconscious and thrown into a pond and left to drown.19. He left a substantial shipping business to his four sons.20. In 1841, as a tribute to their father, a 540 ton sailing vessel, the “John Bibby”, was the first vessel launched after his death.21-25: Underline the simple subject in the following sentences.21. The name of the founder remained on Lloyd‟s List in a wider sense for many generations.22. In 1850, the “Tiber” and the “Arno” were ordered from a Glasgow Yard.23. Edward Harland who eventually built the “Titanic” was a friend and protégé of the Bibby‟s.24. He placed great faith in the then unrecognized genius in shipbuilding.25. The iron Screw ship, “Braganza”, was built in 1856, was lost in 1869.26-30: Select all appositives in the following sentences.Encircle your answer26. In 1850, the “Tiber” and the “Arno” were ordered from a Glasgow Yard.27. The iron Screw ship, “Braganza”, was built in 1856, was lost in 1869.28. Without them, the Bibby family, there would have never been a Harland & Wolff.School: ________________________________ Page 256 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE29. Arthur Wilson Bibby, the guiding force in the fortunes of the Bibby Line, thought of ordering two more ships.30. These ships, “Lancashire” and “Yorkshire”, marked the beginning of the practice of naming Bibby ships after English „shire‟ counties.31-35: Below are six groups of words and Phrases. Select belowto each group whether the group is a clause or is no clause byunderlining the answer.31. Marking the beginning of the practice… (a clause) (no clause)32. Naming Bibby ships after English „shire‟ counties… (a clause) (no clause)33. The guiding force in the fortunes… (a clause) (no clause)34. Lancashire recorded the best time… (a clause) (no clause)35. The route gained the reputation for reliability… (a clause) (no clause)36-42: Below are eight clauses. Select below each clause whetherthe clause is an independent clause or a dependent clause byunderlining the answer.36. Because it is the beginning of the practice… (independent clause) (dependent clause)37. A name of „shire‟ has now become the practice… (independent clause) (dependent clause)38. When it recorded the best time… (independent clause) (dependent clause)39. Bibby Line has become the benchmark of standard… (independent clause) (dependent clause)40. Since it has the longest credible existence… (independent clause) (dependent clause)41. Most shipping industries use it as a model… (independent clause) (dependent clause)42. Welcoming every development is good… (independent clause) (dependent clause)43-52: Below are listed ten complex sentences. Do the following:1) Underline the dependent clause in each sentence, and 2)underline below each sentence whether the dependent clause inthe prior sentence is used as an adverbial clause, adjectiveclause, or as a noun clause.43. Bibby Line Ltd is the shipping division of Bibby Line Group Limited which is a privately-owned business-to-business services group with its roots in shipping. (adverbial clause) (adjective clause) (noun clause)School: ________________________________ Page 257 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE44. Following an aggressive strategy of diversification in the 1980s, Bibby Line Group is now involved in many shipping businesses. (adverbial clause) (adjective clause) (noun clause)45. The company that has been founded for more than hundred years was founded by Liverpool entrepreneur John Bibby in 1807 and has its head office in Duke Street, Liverpool. (adverbial clause) (adjective clause) (noun clause)46. It is regarded as the oldest privately owned shipping company in the world through the record it had recorded to itself. (adverbial clause) (adjective clause) (noun clause)47. Because Bibby was placed on the „Government Approved‟ list, it paved to develop passenger vessels. (Adverbial clause) (Adjective clause) (Noun clause)48. This approval that the government gave to Bibby led to continue the business without disruption. (Adverbial clause) (Adjective clause) (Noun clause)49. Before growing into a shipping magnet, it was just a small company run by family members. (Adverbial clause) (Adjective clause) (Noun clause)50. The Trade Unions voted Bibby as „the ideal type of employer although others may admit that they too deserve recognition. (Adverbial clause) (Adjective clause) (Noun clause)51. Bibby Line, which is just one of the many Bibby companies, recorded an unprecedented growth in 2003. (Adverbial clause) (Adjective clause) (Noun clause)52. The whole men and women of the company rejoiced about the good news. (Adverbial clause) (Adjective clause) (Noun clause)53-80: Below are listed twelve sentences. Select whether thesentence is a simple, complex, compound or a compound-complexsentence by underlining the answer.53. A student, who will study hard, can get the best reward out of it. (simple) (complex) ( compound) ( compound-complex)54. This is the law of life that everyone should really learn to live out. (simple) (complex) ( compound) ( compound-complex)55. Never lose your concentration while there is a time for you get better because life is short. (simple) (complex) ( compound) ( compound-complex)56. When an opportunity knocks once, seizing requires fast and strong decision-making skills. (simple) (complex) ( compound) ( compound-complex)School: ________________________________ Page 258 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE57. God is giving everyone a fair chance to survive so they have to make use the most of it. (simple) (complex) ( compound) ( compound-complex)58. Skills and qualifications are two important credentials in life. (simple) (complex) ( compound) ( compound-complex)59. You are blessed because not all people have the privileges like what you receive. (simple) (complex) ( compound) ( compound-complex)60. When I know how to make simple clauses, I can now simply express my thought. (simple) (complex) ( compound) ( compound-complex)61. I would like to thank this school for helping me learn words and phrases. (simple) (complex) ( compound) ( compound-complex)62. I understand that most of sentences have different combination of phrases. (simple) (complex) ( compound) ( compound-complex)63. It really takes a while to learn grammar but I do not regret having it. (simple) (complex) ( compound) ( compound-complex)64. It was an informal meeting at first and it was just to introduce Mr. Stuart to Mr. Smith. (simple) (simple complex) (compound) (compound-complex)65. As the conversation starts to get longer, the question of trust and confidence became obvious. (simple) (simple complex) (compound) (compound-complex)66. Mr. Smith had been with many business partners and majority of them had fallen short to his standard. (simple) (simple complex) (compound) (compound-complex)67. The E-WICA Tutorial Services will have many students, many professional workers, and many schools. (simple) (simple complex) (compound) (compound-complex)68. This school had one more edge – it has its own captured market. (simple) (simple complex) (compound) (compound-complex)69. The St. Joe Development Academy is an elite school. (simple) (simple complex) (compound) (compound-complex)70. Thousands of students are enrolling yearly and upgrading their skills at W-WIKA. (simple) (simple complex) (compound) (compound-complex)71. Mr. Stuart was tasked of establishing a training school into a quality institution. (simple) (simple complex) (compound) (compound-complex)72. Although he was able to put up the school, a need for quality teachers was crucial to transfer the technology of learning to students.School: ________________________________ Page 259 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE (simple) (simple complex) (compound) (compound-complex)73. These schools in Las Piñas and Cavite handled the early batches of students and teachers gave them more advanced courses before they go back to work. (simple) (simple complex) (compound) (compound-complex)74. In 2009, Mr. Stuart and his trusted men gathered to the newly built training school for inauguration, where it was followed by a thanksgiving party with visitors from other institutions, and industries. (simple) (simple complex) (compound) (compound-complex)75. Although the whole faculty and staff were present, they were thinking ahead of what to do next. (simple) (simple complex) (compound) (compound-complex)76. Before the year 2010 ends, Mr. Stuart‟s perseverance and good leadership brought the school better, and on the first week of November 2010, the vision became clearer with the inclusion of IELTS or TOEIC international language assessments to students. (simple) (simple complex) (compound) (compound-complex)77. His sensitivity to international standard called the attention of industries that English proficiency could give the students better chances, so, Mr. Stuart decided a two-year ladderized upgrading studies while a need of an English for Specific Purpose must be offered. (simple) (simple complex) (compound) (compound-complex)78. Mr. Pineda was happy, because he was commissioned to create the mathematics module. (simple) (simple complex) (compound) (compound-complex)79. It was this reason that these materials were made and it become an important part of the school‟s curriculum. (simple) (simple complex) (compound) (compound-complex)80. Mr. Stuart became the communication consultant of St. Joe Development Academy and he created more modules as part of the language training for mariners. (simple) (simple complex) (compound) (compound-complex) --------This is the end of exercises for Book 2 --------School: ________________________________ Page 260 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE KEY TO CORRECTIONVOLUME 1: 2. grow…sound…fly 3. swim…smile…frownWPE 1: Pre-assessment test 4. cook…clean…supervises1. is 5. rain…blow…roars2. will be inspecting 6. grow…increases…increase3. were removed 7. ends…start…does4. prepared/ensured 8. talk…attends…talks5. required 9. swims…walk…walks6. Chief Housekeeper 10. starts…departs…convince7. Floor Supervisor 11. claims… decide… /Housekeeping Staff refrain8. crowd 12. clean… map…dry9. ship 13. signs…withdraws10. flags 14. meet…speak11. the…excellent 15. travels…cooks…guards12. its…five…star 16. piles13. the…main…smaller (up)…files…documented14. the…laundry…the 17. attends…showed…decide15. the…the…pacific 18. sounds…alarmed16. loudly 19. see…rises…shines20.17. never 20. learn… learn… met… is…18. thoroughly 21. walks… argue… moves…19. often are…20. certainly 22. paints… sings… boxes…21. with a good performance vocalizes… – adjective phrase 23. is… badmouths… are…22. towards its destination 24. waits… serve… were – adverbial phrase improving…23. maintaining the 25. come… comes… come… cleanliness of the ship 26. shines… is… – adjective phrase 27. was… were… can drive…24. on the door – adjective could… phrase 28. may do… can sing… try…25. to the bin – adjective 29. had… have had… will be phrase giving…26. better 30. could have done… may27. most have forgotten… open…28. smarter WPE 3: Verb function no.229. more 1. handed30. less 2. smiled31. least 3. gave32. highest 4. showedWPE 2: Verb function no.1 5. shifted1. orders…follows…follow 6. wroteSchool: ________________________________ Page 261 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE7. sang 22. was8. has been promoted 23. were9. met 24. thinks10. is involved 25. was11. smiled 26. were12. played 27. means13. walked 28. is14. sailed 29. has15. gathered 30. is16. was accepted WPE 5: Verb function no.417. show…do - show 1. are18. will need 2. serve19. listened 3. provides20. is 4. is21. learns 5. write22. Go… make 6. teach23. do…wait 7. are24. should have listened 8. am25. were told 9. were26. may have had been 10. worked trying 11. worked27. Can… be forgiven 12. piled28. Could…be done 13. is29. is 14. win30. was singing 15. areWPE 4: Verb functions no.3 16. were1. am 17. is2. are 18. conducts3. are 19. am4. were 20. is5. am 21. raised6. is 22. participated7. was 23. enters8. is 24. greeted9. are 25. continues10. were 26. is11. are 27. needs12. is 28. requires13. was 29. challenges14. are 30. searches15. were WPE 6: Verb phrase function16. is no.117. is 1. are working18. am 2. is talking19. are 3. was appointed20. was 4. are smiling21. is 5. am talkingSchool: ________________________________ Page 262 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE6. were resting 19. should have known7. were eating 20. Shall be rewarded21.8. is lecturing was told9. is walking 22. has given.10. was given 23. is helping11. is beginning 24. should participate12. am writing 25. should spend13. were forgotten 26. will really14. is serving 27. can provide15. is ending 28. must be practiced16. is…setting 29. should be done17. were gathering 30. is using18. was proposed WPE 8: Verb phrase function19. were dispersed no.320. am hoping21. is being 1. was discovered taught 2. may have been22. is being done 3. has been given23. may be guided 4. has given24. is now being learned 5. was launched25. has been learned 6. were ordered26. is having 7. built27. was…being addressed 8. had been regarded28. are using 9. become29. is flourishing 10. sank30. is very damaging 11. had been returnedWPE 7: Verb phrase function 12. was foundno.2 13. was built1. was sounded 14. has contributed2. was ordered 15. was3. were placed 16. would have…been4. should have prayed 17. was5. should have been 18. has been transformed scheduled 19. had been ordered6. could have combined 20. started marking21. have7. must be shown been asking8. shall be given 22. were just telling9. were served 23. is seriously telling10. should have been mashed 24. was told11. may have lost 25. are helping12. should have studied 26. had learned13. will have been 27. had been exposing completed 28. can focus14. were being served 29. is…coming15. shall have completed 30. do…think16. was singing WPE 9: Noun function no.117. was seen 1. captain…crew…radar18. might have been known 2. waves…whistle…birdsSchool: ________________________________ Page 263 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE3. dolphins…passengers… 9. she…his…his crews 10. who…whose…few4. cooks…stewardess…bell 11. they…that…who captain 12. some…few5. clouds…winds…thunder 13. many…few6. waves…number…skills 14. many…few7. it…you…he 15. few…that…who8. room service 16. which…whom…whose attendant… attendants… 17. founder‟s…people…others he 18. it…its…it9. he…I…who 19. our…I…me10. that…which…ATHER 20. who…that…which11. whoever…we…you 21. student12. galley…floor…alley 22. teacher13. Mrs. Jones…Mr. Smith 23. Mr. Marcial Mongaya14. Captains…crews 24. training15. ship…cook…guard 25. he16. laundry…he…document…he… 26. you17. attendant… show… 27. he program… you 28. process18 ship… alarm… he… 29. It passengers 30. student19. sun…sun…sun WPE 11: Subject function no.120. I…story…we…meat 1. force21. Cows… horses… monkey… 2. Lancashirehorse… 3. magnet22. You… he… they… watchers… 4. route23. Boy… she… they… police… 5. voyage24. He… he… it… 6. Gaining25. Life… God… creature… 7. voyage26. Sea… rivers… lakes… 8. Bibby Line27. Trees… houses… people… 9. approval28. Light… air… heat… 10. Bibby Linegravity… 11. Trade Union29. Love… haters… evil… 12. company30. Devil… Jesus… preacher… 13. team 14. crewWPE 10: Pronoun function 15. studentno.1 16. student1. hr…my…me 17. verbs2. he…his…him 18. Bibby3. mine…we…our 19. ships4. it…its…you 20. Ships5. your…yours…they WPE 12: Subject function no.26. they…him…him 1. Bibby Line7. my…I…him 2. It8. he…his…his 3. WorcestershireSchool: ________________________________ Page 264 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE4. Bibby Line 18. person5. ships 19. experience6. Yorkshire 20. CS/S/CA7. casualty WPE 14: Subject function no.48. Housekeeping Department 1. Bibby Line9. services 2. This10. Housekeeping 3. Bibby Line11. department 4. ships12. these 5. It13. Rooms…cabins…rooms… 6. Oxfordshire bathrooms 7. Bibby Line14. supporting 8. ships15. Housekeeping Department 9. Yorkshire16. It 10. It18. ships 11. Both19. staffs 12. tonnage20. he 13. Sir Direk Bibby21. heart 14. Keeping22. It 15. Sir Derek23. snake 16. Bibby Line24. He 17. Gas Carrier Wiltshire25. police…snake-expert 18. Bibby Line26. They 19. honor27. he 20. honor28. this WPE 15: Subject function no.529. he 1. loss30. He 2. SheWPE 13: Subject function no.3 3. strategy1. it 4. 19902. Assistant Chief 5. It Housekeeper 6. purchase3. incumbent 7. This4. He 8. tanker5. person 9. success6. position 10. They7. person 11. Thunderheads8. They 12. Bibby9. FS 13. Michael Bibby10. incumbent 14. he11. position 15. Michael16. (You)12. Head Room 17. visitors Steward/Stewardess 18. This13. This 19. John14. HR/S 20. mother15. command 21. she16. incumbent 22. one17. There 23. motherSchool: ________________________________ Page 265 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE24. She… I 20. must invest… must focus25. John WPE: 17: Compound subjects26. mother function no.127. John 1. Nouns… pronouns28. he 2. Adjectives… adverbs29. It 3. Verbs… phrases30. he 4. subjects… verbsWPR 16: Compound verbs 5. subjects… verbsfunction no.1 6. Beulah… Sopphia1. were entering… were 7. Jan…Alice talking 8. Beulah… Sopphia…2. paused… was staring Genesis3. has started… will 9. subjects… verbs commence 10. wife… I4. were arriving… were 11. paper… pencil waiting 12. Teachers… students5. must be seated… must be 13. Swimming… boxing ready 14. Ann… Bill… John… Kate6. has started talking… is 15. Asia… America… asking Australia7. was sitting… was giving WPE 18: Adjective function8. was brought… was no.1 forcing 1. A… an… the… English9. was amazed… was 2. Bibby… ocean… vibrant convinced 3. Britain‟s10. were told… were oldest… many… foreign reminded 4. Foreign… rich… brutally11. were coming… were 5. Pocket… shipping… four reviewing 6. Their… honorary…12. was arriving… was sailing smiling 7. First… his… wider13. shall continue 8. Glasgow… Crimean… discussing… Titanic shall have 9. Great… big… world…14. was talking… economic had arrived 10. Ship… genius… visionary15. am expecting… am 11. Huge… strong… majestic… praying grandeur16. are learning… are 12. Red… black… grey… the… taught unrecognized… genius17. shall be 13. One… two… many… a… travelling… shall billion dollar shipping enjoy magnet18. were clapping… were 14. The iron screw… the shaking Lisbon collision19. was approached… was agreeingSchool: ________________________________ Page 266 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE15. Twenty-two shipping… 125 12. The great years submerged her 13. substantial trooping… Braganza the16. Good… bilingual… 14. the first… the Bibby their… religious… 15. this… No.1417. their… the 16. the best… the18. native… more 17. the… 23… 2019. Some German, Dutch, 18. the… travel French, Italian, Asian… 19. its… nonstop disrupted20. their… their… the 20. European… global Almighty… WPE 20: Comparing with21. many Asian speakers… a adjectives no.1 dramatic positive 1. younger improvement… 2. youngest22. the… training… big… 3. handsomer small… a… the… 4. best23. local… national…the… 5. smaller other private… their… 6. smartest24. Today‟s… 7. best25. our… the… quality… few 8. better middle… the… 9. more effective26. golden 10. hottest27. an… the… local 11. oldest government‟s… 12. oldest28. Government TESDA… DepEd… 13. smartest CHED… 14. smartest29. Your internet… more 15. newest free… 16. larger30. more… this… 17. farthestWPE 19: Adjective function 18. olderno.2 19. greyer1. The iron Screw 20 strongest2. The ship 21. easiest Braganza… another 22. better3. the… twenty-two 23. better4. 125… her 24. best5. the Bibby Line 25. oldest6. the… first… the… WPE 21: Adverb function 1 Belfast shipyard 1. slowly… faster…7. the 21… the… the steadily8. strong business 2. softly… courteously…9. the guiding…the well fortunes 3. continuously… eagerly…10. the…vast…two new slowly11. Lankashire… Yorkshire… 4. seriously… wrongly… the… naming… English promptly shire 5. never… always… notSchool: ________________________________ Page 267 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE6. afterward… quickly… 11. aggressively eagerly 12. surely…correctly7. lower… higher… sooner 13. convincingly8. fastest… higher… 14. Believably highest 15. tirelessly9. lower… higher… sooner 16. undoubtedly10. not… only… ever 17. mutually11. quickly… often… forever 18. convincingly12. forward… backward… 19. tirelessly hereafter 20. Undoubtedly13. once… herewith… herein 21. nearly14. therefore… 22. soon consequently… along 23. nearly15. nevertheless… 24. not afterward… too 25. almost16. carefully… always… also 26. almost17. not… too… often 27. closer18. delicately… 28. quickly unanimously… forever 29. very slowly19. always… never… 30. hesitantly surprisingly 31. now20. nearly… soon… nearly 32. always21. not… almost… almost 33. seldom22. immediately… quickly… 34. once23. very slowly… 35. not hesitantly… WPE 23: Adverb function no.324. now… always… 1. intently25. seldom… once… not… 2. carefully…quickly26. often… never… almost… 3. tremendously27. harder… very… 4. always28. extremely… really 5. not seriously… 6. privately29. Obviously… amazingly 7. now fast… 8. Slowly consequently won… 9. Quickly30. closer… sooner… faster… 10. SurelyWPE 22: Adverb function no.2 11. now1. strongly 12. strongly2. often 13. deliberately3. surely 14. courageously4. certainly 15. boldly…humbly5. not WPE 24 ASSESSMENT TEST 26. quickly 1. is7. honestly 2. are considered8. clearly 3. should have equipped9. confidently 4. should study10. vigorously 5. grantSchool: ________________________________ Page 268 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE6. Bibby Line Limited Group Limited7. It 2. with its roots… in8. Shipping Division shipping9. division 3. in two markets10. Bibby Line Limited… 4. of vessels… in LPG… Bibby Line Group 5. into attractive11. 22nd July… the… their… maritime markets new vessel 6. to new opportunities12. new… free… telephone… 7. in its chosen market referral 8. to its stakeholders13. their 9. with its roots…in14. the… bulk… August shipping15. Skilled… professional… 10. by Liverpool ordinary… the entrepreneur John16. strongly Bibby… in 180717. confidently… humbly 11. in shipping18. clearly business… for19. eagerly professionalism,20. always integrity, and quality21. now 12. in the world22. quickly 13. with Bibby‟s financial23. adjective strength…to new24. adjective opportunities25. subject 14. Throughout its long and26. adverb illustrious history…of27. verb involvement… in almost28. adjective every aspect… of29. adjective maritime industry30. object of the predicate 15 for safe31. richest 16 in niche shipping32. best activities33. best 17 With a clear and34. best aggressive strategy… in35. best chosen market sectors36. fastest 18 with a rich and vibrant37. best history38. most 19 of the 19th and 20th39. better centuries40. most 20 of Bibby Line‟s heritage41. bigger 21 of wartime heroism…in42. more the lands43. best 22 In 184044. lesser 23 for only a pocket-watch45. best 24 into a pondWPE 25: Prepositional phrase 25 of the founder…onfunction no.1 Lloyd‟s List… in a wider1. of Bibby LineSchool: ________________________________ Page 269 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE sense… for many 18. across the incredibly generations dangerous route andWPE 26: Prepositional phrase missionfunction no.2 19. Beyond the glaring1 at sea…by Belfast sky…of the east Harland…of the 21 ships 20. Nearly a hundred2 of Bibby Line…in the year…since its fortunes…of the Burma sinking…to the bottom…of trade the gloomy dark blue3 of naming Bibby ships…of water…of its courageous the Bibby fleet…in the mission Boer War…during this war 21. among Bibby‟s invaluable4. for the run to Burma…in historical heritage 23 days…for travel 22. of the enormous reliability…by never financial strength it having had a voyage has today…beyond almost disrupted all global opportunities5. in 1893…on the and challenges…of a fast Government Approved –paced socio-economic list…on board the vessel and socio-political6. in 1902…of the Four arena B‟s…by as the ideal 23. of the enormous task type…of employer…by the ahead… by his father Trade Unions…of being 24. in order to protect the longest Their reputation and established…of the four dignity7. at the outbreak…of 25. In the past… of WWW1…By the end…of the challenges and year…of this war mishaps…of sales… for8. at the outbreak…of war two consecutive years and dispute 26. In the eyes of the9. for trade and business government and private10. By the end…of war and sectors…with some desolation financial backups11. of this fighting and 27. on the other hand… for killings improvement and growth12. of ships…for trade and 28. of the board and family… business…of which…for 29. for growth war 30. in the middle… of the13. with Sir Derek Bibby and “storm” the Management…at the WPE 27: Prepositional phrase helm function no.314. of the Four B‟s 1. with the LPG sector…in15. of being the longest 1968…with the established cruise line ordering…of the Gas16. of this gruesome war Carrier Wiltshire17. about this senseless warSchool: ________________________________ Page 270 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE2. in 1972 and 1974 by the 1. company Hampshire and Devonshire 2. of the market that came3. on a UK company…by a in queen 3. of global companies4. to Bibby Line…in 4. with interests in 1972…with the Award to shipping, marine Industry…to Export services, logistics, Achievement…in 1976 and financial services, 1982 offshore services and5. In October 1980…of the retailing Oil Bulk carrier MV 5. of unprecedented success Derbyshire…with all 6. to different charities hands 7. of everything we do6. by a typhoon…in the 8. of expectations South China Sea 9. in the right business7. of the many peace-time direction losses 10. in all our markets8. in 1990…through the 11. company purchase…of a 50% 12. quality share…in Botany Bay 13. pride9. in both the Northern and 14. industry Southern hemispheres 15. globe10. for the service…of Stolt 16. principles Nielsen 17. stage11. In 1997…for a minimum…of 18. course 8 years 19. parts12. with its own 20. scholars timetable…in 2008 WPE 29: Prepositional phrase13. from the chemical tanker as adjectives no.2 market 1. for over two hundred14. of the four boys…in 1992 years15. In 2000…of the parent 2. business company Bibby Line 3. in the toughest world Limited16. for most markets people… for other people 4. business17. to the art… of English 5. of the main activities… composition of the company… in18. for listening, reading, financial services writing, and speaking…in 6. activities English language 7. in the annals…in19. in their respective financial services field… for the next 8. documents level… of self-discovery 9. of the Chief20. to foreigners… of highly Engineer… of the ship industrialized countries 10. responsibility…WPE 28: Prepositional phrases operationsas adjectives no.1 11. in white pants and redSchool: ________________________________ Page 271 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE shirt…of this ship that the skills he12. man…Second Engineer ever wanted could be13. from other Bibby gained department 24. because her son made14. Engineers up his mind15. inside the restricted 25. that education is the area Most powerful tool for16. man success17. for this work WPE 31: Prepositional phrase18. man as adverbs no.2WPE 30: Prepositional phrase 1. under the glowing skyas adverbs no.1 2. with great care1. for its integrity and 3. Near the Suez Canal professionalism 4. with amazement2. in more than hundred 5. of their past years 6. that captured their3. with great intensity imagination and pride 7. from the distance4. because of its men and 8. because the night is women coming5. by dedicated personnel 9. across the shores6. about the Engine 10. within the tolerable Department limit7. Because of that meeting 11. From the distance8. after the meeting 12. with so many lights9. about the agreed plan 13. until midnight10. Upon hearing this 14. around the ship11. after that meeting 15. with their friends12. Because of the 16. around the table officers‟ initiative 17. of the Captain13. until it reached the 18. with his right hand pier waving14. since that day 19. for a midnight rest15. when its workforce live 20. when the sun breaks its16. with respect and silence equality WPE 32: Adjective and17. because of your skills adverbial phrases no.1 and qualifications 1. adjective phrase18. within your innermost 2. adverbial phrase being 3. adjective phrase19. to honestly check the 4. adverbial phrase basis 5. adverbial phrase20. with great intensity 6. adverbial phrase21. with open heart and 7. adverbial phrase mind 8. adverbial phrase22. through the love of 9. adverbial phrase God23… 10. adjective phraseSchool: ________________________________ Page 272 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE11. adverbial phrase 33. mutually12. adjective phrase 34. convincingly13. adjective phrase 35. tirelessly14. adjective phrase 36. adjective15. adjective phrase 37. adjective16. adverbial phrase 38. subject17. adverbial phrase 39. adverb18. adjective phrase 40. verb19. adverbial phrase 41. adjective20. adjective phrase 42. adjectiveWPE 33: Assessment Test 3 43. object of the predicate1. should have been 44. adjective phrase scheduled 45. adverbial phrase2. could have coordinated 46. adjective phrase3. must be shown 47. adverbial phrase4. shall be given 48. adjective phrase5. were served 49. adverbial phrase6. Bibby Line 50. adverbial phrase7. It 51. adverbial phrase8. Worcestershire 52. adjective phrase9. Bibby Line 53. adjective phrase10. ships 54. smartest11. subjects…verbs 55. best12. Beulah…Sopphia 56. better13. Jan…Alice 57. more effective14. Beulah…Sopphia…Genesis 58. hottest15. subjects…verbs 59. oldest16. The…iron 60. oldest17. The…ship 61. smartest18. the…twenty-two 63. newest19. 125 64. larger20. the 65. farther21. the…first…the…Belfast… WPE 34: Phrases hiding the shipyard subjects no.122. the…21…the…the 1. being implemented to23. The…strong business all24. the…guiding…the 2. in most cases25. the…the…Burma…two…new 3. of expectation26. vigorously 4. of guidelines27. aggressively 5. in the right business28. surely…correctly direction29. convincingly 6. in all out markets30. Believably 7. with positively31. tirelessly challenging moral32. undoubtedly forces33. mutually 8. in this company32. undoubtedly 9. across the globalSchool: ________________________________ Page 273 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE market 7. copyrighted10. of our leaders 8. was brought up11. of the way we do 9. laid down business 10. is…giving up12. in order to grow 11. overtakes13. up to now 12. overruled14. by looking forward and 13. stood up…opened up making the past a lesson 14. are walk in15. in this business of 15. should have outsmarted noble intention 16. will be closing down16. With a long term view in 17. should have off-loaded mind 18. might be coming over17. of all our people in 19. should wake-up this business 20. jumped off18. with them wholeheartedly WPE 37: Adverbs modifying19. in the most honest way adjectives no.120. into our business 1. veryWPE 35: Prepositions 2. undoubtedlyfunctioning as verbs no.1 3. very1. mixed up 4. extreme2. are giving up 5. extremely3. will talk…over 6. understandably4. made up 7. acceptably5. fed up 8. very6. got canned up 9. often7. should make up 10. exceptionally8. looks on 11. confidently9. live from 12. great10. are slacking off 13. desperately11. am…beating around 14. exceedingly12. do…butt in 15. extremely13. go into 16. honestly14. cannot shell out 17. unbelievably15. shut up 18. honestly16. will drop by 19. never17. is hanging around 20. extremely18. down in 21. very nervous19. is made of 22. You are surprisingly20. goes into 23. unbelievablyWPE 36: Prepositions 24. honestlyfunctioning as verbs no.2 25. progressively1. gives in 26. confidently2. jump off 27. suspiciously3. outsmarted 28. clumsy chatty4. is pissed off 29. almost5. was shouting out 30. very6. shoots upSchool: ________________________________ Page 274 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSEWPE 38: Adverbs modifying wonderful moves!other adverb no.1 8. There is an announcement1. more about these upcoming2. right events next week.3. never 9. We better submit all the4. certainly requirements before that5. very deadline is announced.6. unbelievably 10. Why are those people7. undoubtedly looking at us?8. very 11. Hi. May I borrow this9. extremely notebook for a while?10 obviously 12. These books are almost11. astonishingly sold out when I arrived12. admittedly at the bookstore.13. gratefully 13. I am glad that that14. now lesson was given this15. surely morning.16. never 14. Which do you think is17. now more difficult these18. not lessons or that subject?19. very 15. I have been to so many20. amazingly places and I have never21. now seen that kind of22. more mammal.23. extremely 16. I think it would be24. soon acceptable to all if we25. more give this special numberWPE 39: Demonstratives about Ati-Atihan dance.1. These apples are 17. I now understand many delicious. English grammar2. This child is able to principles because that bear the long distance teacher encouraged me to travel. read these books.3. Who is that boy 18. Can you imagine how they standing may have reacted if she on the terrace? did not show up this4. Why are these channels morning with complete not working accurately attire? She could have in this location? been axed that did not5. Something is wrong to happen! that record submitted 19. Now it is too easy for to the principal‟s me to learn this office! principle about6. Most of these viewers demonstratives because would like to see that of these exercises. pair to dance.7. Amazing! Those areSchool: ________________________________ Page 275 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE20. I can now create a 28. undoubtedly sentence using these 29. definitely demonstratives. 30. honestly21. I wonder if my 31. surely classmates were able to 32. Tirelessly learn this quickly. 33. persistently22. If I had been given the 34. to the sincerity… of our chance to study before, leaders I could have improved 35. of the way we do more my grammar skills business because this is what I 36. in order to grow love to do. 37. in the light of proven24. Could you please hand me principles that soup carefully. 38. by looking forward and Thank you. making the past a lesson25. At last, I have mastered 39. in this business…of the use of this noble intention…with principle. global communityWPE 40: POST ASSESSMENT concernTEST 4 40. With a long term view1. deliver in mind2. challenge 41. adverbial…adverbial…3. is built adjective4. is 42. adjective5. is 43. adjective…adjective…6. embrace adjective7. have managed 44. adverbial…adjective8. is 45. adjective9. work 46. adjective…adjective…10. allow adjective…11. values adverbial12. They 47. adjective13. they 48. adjective14. we 49. adjective15. values 50. adjective16. We 51. adverbial17. values 52. adjective…adjective…18. We adjective19. business 53. adjective20. adhering 54. adjective…adjective…21. Upon adverbial22. after 55. adjective23. honestly 56. adjective24. peacefully 57. adjective25. since 58. adverbial26. strongly 59. adjective27. now 60. adjectiveSchool: ________________________________ Page 276 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE61. adjective observe excellence62. subject 6. is63. adjective 7. were64. adjective 8. will be boarding65. (no classification 9. was watched…cheered among 10. were raised the given choices) 11. Housekeeping Department66. subject 12. Shire67. (no classification 13. Tigers among the given 14. Mr. Smith choices) 15. Mr. Pineda68. adjective 16. The Housekeeping69. adjective Department70. adjective 17. Its standard71. (no classification 18. The Department among the given 19. The laundry section choices) 20. The ship72. verb 21. captain73. adjective 22. team74. (no classification 23. game among the given 24. dancer choices) 25. team75. (no classification 26. a clause among the given 27. a clause choices) 28. no clause76. adjective 29. no clause77. adjective 30. no clause78. (no classification 31. who was the pillar of among the given the company – choices) adjective clause79. has been 32. which is one of the80. now…in a sentence ships of Bibby –--------------------------- adjective clause 33. that was first establishedVOLUME 2: as a family business –CPE: 1: PRE-ASSESSMENT TEST 1 adjective clause1. is a great thing to 34. Because Bibby was placed experience on the „Government2. will be inspecting the Approved‟ list – cabin anytime adverbial clause3. were removed from the 35. that the government deck gave to Bibby –4. Prepared and ensured adverbial clause cleanliness to 36. Before growing into a passengers shipping magnet –5. required each staff to adverbial clauseSchool: ________________________________ Page 277 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE37. although others may 6. is privately owned and admit…that they too yet so service- deserve recognition – oriented adverbial clause 7. has now involved into38. which is just one of several lines of the many Bibby businesses companies – adjective 8. is becoming the world‟s clause shipping backbone…39. about the good news – Slowly adverbial clause 9. is responding to new40. So that people may know opportunities… Quickly that Bibby is true to 10. would be proud to know its values – adverbial how far it has clause grown… Surely41. simple 11. is now actively being42. simple implemented43. simple 12. has strongly built its44. simple business in45. simple professionalism,46 . simple integrity, and47 . complex equality48 . complex 13. is combined49 . compound complex deliberately50 . complex with financial51 . simple strength and strong52 . compound complex government53 . complex 14. has courageously54 . complex recorded its name…55 . complex Throughout its long and56 . simple illustrious history57 . complex 15. claim leadership in58 . complex shipping standard16.59 . complex grew up in Northern60 . compound complex Samar, PhilippinesCPE 2: THE COMPLETE PREDICATE 17. have been observing1. were listening intently the anatomy of an2. noted down these facts Oversees Filipino carefully and quickly Workers or OFW3. were amazed of how 18. is a fact that almost Bibby has grown Seven to eight tremendously Filipino families4. is always a proud are leaving for abroad shipping division of to earn more money Bibby Line Group 19. send their remittances Limited back home5. should not be parted 20. is eventually helping like a Siamese twin the economy in theSchool: ________________________________ Page 278 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE Philippines to become 1. travels at sea… was resilient despite the built by Belfast onset of global Harland… is financial crashing part of the 21 ships21. In most cases… is 2. is the official history helping of Bibby Line… is Sir not only the economy Bibby…realized the but the basic needs of potential of the Burma their family as well trade as their relatives. 3. was the beginning of22. Because of what they naming Bibby ships… was do… regards them as the first of the Bibby “heroes” fleet… engaged as troops23. are many setbacks for in Boer War… became Filipinos that are known during this war working abroad… 4. recorded the best time24. are treated badly by for the run to Burma in their employers 23 days… gained the because of cultural reputation for travel- differences. reliability Soon…25. are sent back home for succeeded By never not being able to having had a voyage communicate well disrupted26. are sent to prison 5. was placed on the Because of violating „Government Approved the law of list In 1893… gave the their host country incentive to develop27. In most cases… is the passenger accommodation seeming lack of on board the vessel cultural and 6. became one of the „Four communication B‟s In 1902; was preparedness that voted as „the ideal type agitate of employer‟ by the the situation. Trade Unions…has the28. must be a continuing distinction of being the effort to provide them longest established of with that support the four29. is to bring them home 7. took place at the and give them job here outbreak of WW1… were30. join hands to create successful by the end of strong political and the year… became a economic reforms to casualty of this war make this country an 8. were requisitioned at excellent investment the outbreak of war and haven. disputeCPE 3: THE COMPLETE PREDICATE 9. were converted to serve(CONTINUATION) as hospital shipsSchool: ________________________________ Page 279 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE10. had served over 200,000 3. Bibby British and 25,000 4. it American troops By the 5. the engine of end of war and unprecedented success desolation 6. the company over the11. became casualty of this past three years fighting and killings 7. the core of everything12. were requisitioned for we do war Consisted of ships 8. they for trade and business 9. our values13. doubled its overseas 10. we11. Our workers earnings With Sir Derek 12. The global market Bibby and the Management 13. the government, with at the helm the help of private14. are unforgettably among sectors must provide Bibby‟s invaluable 14. an excellent education historical heritage for all15. can respond quickly 15. It beyond almost all global 16. Courses opportunities and 17. The Pamantasan ng Lungsod challenges of a fast- ng Muntinlupa and paced socio-economic and Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng socio-political arena Of Maynila the enormous financial 18. It strength it has today 19. Graduates of theseCPE 4: THE SIMPLE PREDICATE institutions1. travels… was built… is 20. Education2. is… is… realized CPE 6: THE COMPLETE SUBJECT3. was… was… engaged… (CONTINUATION) became known 1. the Bibby Line4. recorded… gained… 2. Bibby succeeded 3. it5. was placed… gave… 4. Bibby Line6. became… was voted… had 5. the business7. took place… were… 6. they became 7. a clear plan8. were requisitioned 8. the officers9. were converted 9. the captain10. had served 10. all personnel11. became 11. the workers12. were requisitioned 12. the grievances13. doubled 13. the ship peacefully14. are… can respond 14. the peopleCPE 5: THE COMPLETE SUBJECT 15. business1. the company for a very 16. but the management good reason 17. you2. this 18. but itSchool: ________________________________ Page 280 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE19. everyone CPE 8: DIFFERENT SENTENCE20. your character21. That STRUCTURES They may become world- 1. is the defining quality Class skilled workers of everything we do and professionals 2. is all about real22. It integrity.23. This 3. embrace change in order24. Stephen Hawking, a to Grow… By Cambridge professor understanding the value25. He of innovation26. Humanity, if it is to 4. have managed to survive consistently change to27. Unfortunately, he sustain our growth… Over28. There 200 years up to now29. But planet Mars 5. is the way to face the30. We just challenges.CPE 7: PREDICATE AND SUBJECT 6. work with global1. simple predicate community concern2. complete subject 7. allow our businesses,3. complete predicate customers and suppliers4. simple subject to grow together… With a5. simple subject long term view in mind6. simple subject 8. are paramount.7. complete subject 9. cannot be compromised.8. complete predicate 10. is what we honestly and9 simple predicate objectively do to10. simple subject prove our sincerity.11. complete subject 11. is a way of supporting12. complete predicate continued development.13. complete subject 12. travels at sea… was14. complete predicate built by Belfast15. simple predicate Harland… is part of16. complete subject the ships17. simple subject 13. left the partnership in18. complete predicate 2005 to do other19. simple predicate projects.20. simple subject 14. became one of the „Four21. complete predicate B‟s in 1902… was voted22. complete subject by as „the ideal23. simple predicate type of employer‟ by the24. simple predicate Trade Unions… had the26. complete predicate distinction of being the27. complete predicate longest established of28. simple subject the four29. simple predicate 15. took place at the30. complete subject outbreak of WW1… wereSchool: ________________________________ Page 281 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE Successful… became a expectations for our casualty of this war customersCPE 9: DIFFERENT SENTENCE 12. are guidelines to steerSTRUCTURES (CONTINUATION) us all in the right1. is due to the business direction exceptionally good 13. challenge convention in value of the market all our markets to that came in deliver better service2. was the beginning of 14. were requisitioned At naming Bibby ships… was the outbreak of war the first of the Bibby and dispute fleet… engaged as 15. were converted To serve troopship in the Boer as hospital ships War… became known during 16. had served over 200,000 this war British and 25,0003. is a conglomeration of American troops By the a dynamic group of end of war and global companies desolation4. is a global company with CPE 10: APPOSITIVES IN THE interests in shipping, SENTENCE marine services, 1. Bibby‟s philosophy logistics, financial 2. the management services, offshore 3. our promises services and retailing 4. the torch-bearers and5. is our people advisers6. has donated £2m to 5. integrity and different Charities excellence7. was placed on the 6. the leaders „Government Approved‟ 7. Bibby‟s philosophy list… gave the incentive 8. your leaders to develop passenger 9. shipping industry accommodation on board 10. John Bibby11. the OFWs the vessel 12. PNoy8. is the official history 13. Americans. of Bibby Line… is Sir 14. Gloria Macapagal Bibby… realized the Arroyo potential of the Burma 15. Philippines trade CPE 11: APPOSITIVES IN THE9. is our values SENTENCE (CONTINUATION)10. recorded the best time 1. the Housekeeping for the run to Burma in Department - part of 23 days… gained the complete subject reputation for travel- 2. utility cleaners – part reliability… succeeded of complete subject By never having had a 3. unfair treatment – part voyage disrupted of complete subject11. are the list of 4. Shropshire – part ofSchool: ________________________________ Page 282 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE complete subject 8. was placed on the5. Cruise Staff – part of „Government Approved‟ complete subject list… gave the incentive6. Mr. Smith – part of to develop passenger complete subject accommodation on board7. the Medical Staff – the vessel part of complete 9. is the official history subject of Bibby Line… is its8. Miss Boyle – part of values… realized the complete predicate potential of the Burma9. St. Joe Development trade Academy students – 10. is our values part of complete 11. recorded predicate 12. are10. Lancashire – part of 13. are complete predicate 14. challengeCPE 12 ASSESSMENT TEST 2 15. were requisitionedCUMULATIVE EXERCISE ON 16. were convertedCLAUSES TEST 2 17. had served1. took place at the 18. our hungry family outbreak of WW1… were 19. the flight from Europe Successful… became a 20. the little boy casualty of this war 21. Our baseball team, the2. is due to the Dodge Court Dodgers exceptionally good 22. passengers on the left value of the market side of the airplane that came in 23. we3. was the beginning of 24. family naming Bibby ships… was 25. flight the first of the Bibby 26. boy fleet… engaged as 27. team troopship in the Boer 28. Passengers War… became known during 29. we this war 30. Ron White4. is a conglomeration of 31. their grandparents a dynamic group of 32. the dinosaurs global companies 33. M. Van Home5. is a global company with 34. my birthday present interests in shipping, 35. Bibby marine services, 36. customers logistics, 37. clients financial services, 38. classmates offshore services and 39. We retailing 40. He6. is our people CPE 13: THE CLAUSE7. has donated £2m to 1. no clause different charities 2. a clauseSchool: ________________________________ Page 283 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE3. no clause 13. independent clause4. no clause 14. independent clause5. a clause 15. independent clause6. a clause 16. dependent clause7. no clause 17. dependent clause8. a clause 18. independent clause9. no clause 19. independent10. no clause 20. independent clause11. no clause 21. independent clause12. no clause 22. independent clause13. No clause 23. independent clause14. no clause 24. dependent clause15. no clause 25. independent clause16. no clause CPE 15: INDEPENDENT VERSUS17. no clause DEPENDENT CLAUSE (CONTINUED)18. no clause 1. dependent clause19. no clause 2. independent clause20. no clause 3. dependent clause21. no clause 4. independent clause22. no clause 5. independent clause23. a clause 6. independent clause24. a clause 7. independent clause25. a clause 8. dependent clause26. no clause 9. independent clause27. a clause 10. dependent clause28. a clause 11. independent clause29. a clause 12. dependent clause30. no clause 13. dependent clause31. no clause 14. dependent clause32. no clause 15. independent clause33. no clause 16. independent clause34. a clause 17. dependent clause35. a clause 18. dependent clauseCPE 14: INDEPENDENT VERSUS 19. independent clauseDEPENDENT CLAUSE 20. dependent clause1. independent clause CPE 16: THE SIMPLE SENTENCE2. independent clause VERSUS THE SENTENCE FRAGMENT3. dependent clause 1. simple sentence4. dependent clause 2. simple sentence5. dependent clause 3. simple sentence6. independent clause 4. simple sentence7. independent clause 5. sentence fragment8. independent clause 6. simple sentence9. independent clause 7. sentence fragment10. independent clause 8. simple sentence11. independent clause 9. fragment sentence12. dependent clause 10. fragment sentenceSchool: ________________________________ Page 284 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE11. simple sentence commendation12. fragment sentence 7. a good number of13. fragment sentence graduates will still14. simple sentence have to work hard15. simple sentence 8. Only the best and16. fragment sentence exceptional students17. fragment sentence would survive18. simple sentence 9. the school included19. fragment sentence Bibby‟s company20. simple sentence philosophyCPE 17: THE SIMPLE SENTENCE 10. these values will comeVERSUS THE SENTENCE FRAGMENT from other source like(CONTINUED) religion1. fragment sentence 11. a good mariner is2. simple sentence entirely about an3. fragment sentence unselfish love for4. simple sentence this work5. fragment sentence 12. communication requires6. fragment sentence constant practice in all7. simple sentence four areas such as8. fragment sentence listening, reading,9. fragment sentence writing, and speaking10. simple sentence 13. the policies are strict11. simple sentence and disciplines are12. simple sentence imposed unbiased13. fragment sentence 14. it treats all students14. simple sentence as matured as they are15. simple sentence 15. you better be seriousCPE 18: THE COMPLEX SENTENCE and work harder with1. English proficiency is your studies a must for everyone to 16. business is a way of study supporting continued2. the students are development Focused with their 17. The health and safety of studies our people in this3. they come to class to business are paramount study 18. we have managed to4. they know the standard consistently change to of working with the best sustain our growth people in the 19. Our business across the industry…everyone is global market is built participating actively on our reputation in the class 20. These golden written5. the lesson was values are in the right understood clearly direction6. they will be rewarded CPE 19: THE DEPENDENT CLAUSE with highestSchool: ________________________________ Page 285 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE1. Because English 18. through the practice of proficiency is a must open-mindedness for everyone to study 19. so that we remind2. Due to the need in the ourselves of who we are market 20. though we are constantly3. Whenever they come to pressed and challenged class to study major and side by side minor subjects CPE 20: CUMULATIVE ASSESSMENT4. Because they know the TEST 3 standard of working with 1. are at the heart of the best people in the everything we do industry 2. are in most cases not5. Through the teacher‟s just a list of words expertise of the subject 3. are a list of6. Due to the excellence expectation for our they have showed customers7. While this is true to 4. deliver a set of all who finished their guidelines to steer us skills preparation for our people8. while a good number of 5. are in the right them will not business direction9. Because the way to 6. challenge convention in greatness requires all out markets excellent character 7. deliver better service10. Although much of these to our customers values will come from 8. challenge ourselves to other source like the best and religion consistently improve11. Since becoming a good in it mariner is entirely 9. is built on our about an unselfish love reputation for this work 10. is the defining quality12. By becoming good in of everything we do English communication 11. is13. Because one should be 12. embrace complacent while in 13. have managed training 14. is14. Although the J. Palma 15. work Professional Institute 16. allow is nice to everyone 17. are15. In order that your time 18. cannot be compromised will not be in vain 19. is16. because this is 20. is necessary 21. because English17. although there are other proficiency benefits we give 22. the students 23. their skillsSchool: ________________________________ Page 286 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE24. everyone in 1970s25. lesson 69. By the end of the war26. they 70. Realizing the vast27. number potential of the Burma28. the management trade29. the school 71. Throughout its long and30. integrating them to illustrious history one‟s being 72. Pursuing an aggressive31. He strategy32. man 73. Because they believe to33. He their proven integrity34. He 74. Among the shipping lines35. He 75. By the end of war and36. earning desolation37. He CPE 21: THE ADJECTIVE CLAUSE38. topic 1. which was part of the39. He ship40. He 2. that was built by Bibby41. Housekeeping…Cruise Line Staff 3. with the loss of42. Hawaii twenty-two lives43. Mr. Stuart 4. that she suffered44. Rose…Joseph during the war45. Lancashire…Yorkshire 5. with pride and honor46. no clause 6. that Belfast shipyard47. a clause Harland & Wolf made48. a clause 7. which is among the49. no clause wealthiest shipping50. no clause companies51. a clause 8. who had been working52. no clause hard53. no clause 9. with committed54. a clause employees55. no clause 10. who have been recalled56. complex for training57. simple CPE 22: THE ADJECTIVE CLAUSE58. simple (CONTINUED)59. complex 1. That is along the60. simple Bahamas61. simple 2. who is standing over62 complex there63. complex 3. which were ordered by64. complex the client in the65. simple Philippines66. complex 4. which is in-charge with67. By the outbreak of WW2 the cleanliness of the68. Through the worst years shipSchool: ________________________________ Page 287 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE5. that is located in that 10. Because the shipyard corner have reached this6. that just passed by stage7. which are actively 11. before his friends preparing for arrived this morning everything 12. How many books had been8. that has gathered in written for this the entrance category9. that was newly built 13. Where he placed the key from the yard of the car10. which are made for the 14. When storms hit the this ship crops11. that is taking care of 15. before it was hit by the food second World War12. that was working 16. whenever they are tirelessly visited by13. with red, blue, and natural calamity grey colors 17. So that they can go14. who is preparing for back to their feet his report 18. Most of the people near15. that is checking the the coast bags of the passengers 19. Too much of the waterCPE 23: THE ADVERBIAL CLAUSE 20. Near the river of that1. Because the MV cloudy day Shropshire was ready CPE 24: THE ADVERBIAL CLAUSE to use (CONTINUED)2. since the two agreed 1. When travelers traveled about the terms and west conditions 2. That they might travel3. So that the vessel in safety would be tested 3. because the settlers4. When the management saw need protection from the outcome of the the Indians project 4. where the wagons5. When China spurred the followed the trail dry bulk markets back 5. as if they were to reasonable levels “prairie schooners”6. if technical and crew 6. Since the Wagons were management were to be built in Conestoga, employed by Bibby Pennsylvania7. So that the vessel must 7. Because the wagons were be administered heavy freight8. Before she undertook a Conestoga wagons lengthy voyage across 8. so that the dead could the Pacific Ocean be buried along the9. Unless there is going trail to be a problem 9. so that the settlersSchool: ________________________________ Page 288 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE could rest and worship about the occasion –10. while they traveled on adverbial clause the Oregon trail 7. with well-tried and11. Faster than 75 tested design in the kilometer an hour industry – adjective12. harder than the clause turtle‟s shell. 8. Until another need to13. Through a very serve the global market meticulous preparation rises – adverbial clause by the curator in the 9. that the investors would museum like to handle14. whenever he sees it Shropshire necessary to make sure adjective clause they are learning 10. When a delicate well. responsibility is being15. Too much of food given like this – coloring adverbial clause16. Less than a month when 11. according to its she left producer17. Here lays the body of and song-writer, David our hero Foster -18. So that they can be (adjective clause) hired again 12. under the tree along19. now that they know the the highway – standard of the (adjective clause) company. 13. By not telling the20. Much of the industry truth – standard around the (adjective clause) globe 14. along with friends andCPE 25: ADJECTIVE CLAUSES other athletes -VERSUS ADVERBIAL CLAUSES (adverbial clause)1. Because of this 15. about the technique successful project – they should use to win adverbial clause the bout - (adverbial2. that completed the clause) final outfit – CPE 26: ADJECTIVE CLAUSE adjective clause VERSUS ADVERBIAL CLAUSE3. that were invited to (CONTINUATION) witness this event – 1. although it is difficult adjective clause to communicate sea-4. When the occasion was farers when out in the over – adverbial open sea – adverbial clause clause5. which were offered – 2. that has been named adjective clause „Seafarer Support‟6. So that they will have a Helpline – adjective clear understanding clauseSchool: ________________________________ Page 289 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE3. which will inform and for all welfare professionals – 11. What this truth may try adjective clause to imply4. Even though they work 12. That the crew and from a far away technical management continent – adverbial team clause 13. What eventually5. whom was commissioned to happened create these books – 14. What they are doing in adjective clause the Hertfordshire Dry-6. that seafarers are most dock likely to benefit more – 15. Who are these people adjective clause working7. Although this is one of 16. Which is most common the best projects for scene during Christmas Bibby‟s people – is the commercialism adverbial clause of the season.8. that too many within the 17. Whose car you plan to maritime community – Borrow is still risky adjective clause if you met an accident9. Because of this concern along the road. – adverbial clause 18. He said nobody can10. that they may deliver a equal the number of range of efficient world titles of Manny welfare projects – Pacquiao. adjective phrase 19. Anyone can become greatCPE 27: THE NOUN CLAUSE on his own, the speaker1. That they may have a said. good report 20. Each of the boys in the2. What they will class has brought his have to own project. do in time of crises CPE 28: THE NOUN CLAUSE3. whatever may happen (CONTINUED)4. What they have attained 1. What happened to this far Spencer Baron Hope5. Wherever they come from 2. That the entry to the6. What is important when Institute of Chartered they are all in the Shi Brokers vessel 3. Whoever writes about7. whatever moral and the effect of financial support the shipping to China need 4. What has created this8. Whatever way you look imbalance between at it supply and demand9. Whoever will be chosen 5. The green shoots of to work with us economic activity10. That they may know once 6. Whoever created theSchool: ________________________________ Page 290 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE imbalance of supply 6. The Housekeeping and demand Department that is7. That the addressing of located in that corner – the problem noun clause8. What became the worst 7. Whoever made the condition on sea decision – noun clause trading 8. because the settlers9. that the condition may need protection from the be restored to Indians – adverbial standard clause10. Whoever made the 9. The Assistant Chief decision Housekeeper that just11. that this opportunity passed by = noun clause generated 10. that this opportunity12. That even swapping tax generated – adjective regimes of registry and clause overall management 11. where the wagons structure followed the trail –13. Why is has come to this adverbial clause condition 12. which are actively14. One can now understand preparing for everything that the reason for – adjective clause doing it 13. That even swapping tax15. The technical and crew regimes of registry and management that are overall management working hard for this structure - noun clause vessel 14. Why it has come to thisCPE 29: NOUN CLAUSES VERSUS condition – noun clauseADJECTIVE AND ADVERBIAL 15. The canvass coveredCLAUSES wagons – noun clause1. What became the worst 16. Since the Wagons were condition on sea built in Conestoga, trading – noun clause Pennsylvania – adverbial2. When travelers traveled phrase west – adverbial 17. that has gathered in the clause entrance – adjective3. which is in-charge with clause the cleanliness of the 18. that was newly built ship – adjective from the yard – clause adjective clause4. that the condition may 19. that the reason for be restored to doing it is for the best standard of the company – – adverbial clause adjective clause5. that they might travel CPE 30: NOUN CLAUSES VERSUS in safety – adjective ADJECTIVE AND ADVERBIA clause CLAUSES (CONTINUATION)School: ________________________________ Page 291 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE1. with pride and honor – 3. simple sentence adjective clause 4. complex sentence2. which were made for this 5. simple sentence ship – adjective clause 6. complex sentence3. so that the dead could 7. complex sentence be buried along the 8. complex sentence trail – adverbial clause 9. complex sentence4. that Belfast shipyard 10. compound complex Harland & Wolf made – 11. compound complex adjective clause 12. complex sentence5. that is taking care of 13. complex sentence the food – adjective 14. compound-complex clause sentence6. so that there is a 15. compound sentence convincing performance – 16. simple sentence adjective clause 17. complex sentence7. that us checking the 18. compound sentence bags of the passengers – 19. complex sentence adjective clause 20. (compound sentence)8. with committed empl0yees CPE 32: THE SENTENCE NO.2 – adverbial clause (CONTINUED)9. while they traveled on 1. complex sentence the Burma trade – 2. simple sentence adjective clause 3. simple sentence10. who had been working 4. complex sentence hard – noun clause 5. compound sentence11. with red, blue, and grey 6. compound-complex colors painted around – sentence adjective clause 7. complex sentence12. who is preparing for his 8. simple sentence report – noun clause 9. complex sentence13. that was working 10. complex sentence tirelessly – adjective 11. complex sentence clause 12. complex sentence14. which is among the 13. compound-complex wealthiest shipping sentence companies – adjective 14. complex sentence clause 15. compound sentence15. That they may understand CPE 33: THE SENTENCE NO.3 the principles of (CONTINUATION) grammar 1. simple – (adverbial clause) 2. complexCPE 31: THE SENTENCES NO.1 3. complex1. compound complex 4. compound-complex sentence 5. complex2. complex sentence 6. compound-complexSchool: ________________________________ Page 292 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE7. simple8. compound-complex 3. “Shropshire” is9. complex identified by the10. compound-complex shipbuilders(,) it was11. complex ordered in December12. complex 2006.13. compound-complex14. compound 4. The vessel is a 57,00015. (compound) mts deadweight dry bulk carrier(;) it isCPE 34: THE SENTENCES NO.4 referred to in shipping(CONTINUATION) parlance as a Supramax.1. compound 5. The vessel holds a2. complex combined capacity of3. compound 71,600 cubic meters(,)4. complex with four cranes and5. compound cargo grabs(,) in6. simple addition to facilitate7. complex discharge operations in8. simple less well established9. complex ports.10. complex 6. With employment11. compound-complex prospects for the vessel12. complex looking particularly13. compound-complex poor at the end of14. compound-complex 2008(,) the decimating15. complex effects of the financial16. compound-complex crisis.17. compound18. complex 7. “Shropshire” has now19. complex been contracted on a20. simple time charter of 12CPE 35: COMPOUND SENTENCES months duration(,) itVERSUS RUN-ON SENTENCES NO.1 will be engaged in1. Bibby Line accepted world-wide trading in delivery of new the transportation. vessel(,) MV Shropshire(,) from the 8. The Technical and crew shipbuilders Yangzhou(,) management of Guoyu Shipbuilding(,) in “Shropshire” will be China. performed by Bibby2. The completion of this Ship Management(,) who vessel has achieved two have in the last few significant months been engaged in milestones(,)it is the the multi-faceted largest vessel built by process of com- this shipyard. missioning the vesselSchool: ________________________________ Page 293 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE to be ready for 7. has the resources, and trading. particularly committed employees, to deliver 9. The commercial further growth and management will be prosperity to its performed by the team stakeholders. at ICAP Shipping(,) 8. aims to grow, diversify who will be and further strengthen responsible for all its position in chosen operational matters market sectors…With a related to the charter clear and aggressive party. strategy 9. has a record of 10. The vessel will be involvement in almost managed in such a way every aspect of marine as to become our industry…Throughout its second Tonnage Tax long and illustrious Qualifying Activity(;) history hence(,) deliver 10. has built an enviable significant fiscal reputation for safe and benefits to the high quality operations, shipping division. particularlyCPE 36: ASSESSMENT TEST 4 specializing in niche1. is the Shipping Division shipping of Bibby Line Group activities…Having owned, Limited. managed or operated all2. is a privately-owned types of vessels business services group 11. aims with its roots in 12. has shipping. 13. is3. has built a strong 14. has reputation over 200 15. are years for 16. there professionalism, 17. John Bibby integrity and quality. 18. he4. allows the Shipping 19. He Division to respond 20. a 540 ton sailing vessel quickly to new 21. name opportunities…Combined 22. Tiber…Arno with Bibby‟s financial 23. Edward Harland strength 24. He5. is clear and aggressive. 25. ship6. aims to grow, diversify 26. Tiber and Arno and further strengthen 27. Braganza its position in its 28. the Bibby family chosen markets. 29. the guiding force in the fortunes of Bibby LineSchool: ________________________________ Page 294 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE30. Lancashire and 52. about the good news – Yorkshire adverbial clause31. no clause 53. complex32. no clause 54. complex33. no clause 55. compound complex34. a clause 56. complex35. a clause 57. compound36. dependent clause 58. simple37. independent clause 59. complex38. dependent clause 60. compound39. independent clause CPE 37: POST ASSESSMENT40. dependent clause TEST 541. independent clause A – 1 to 10: Define the42. dependent clause following - should be checked43. which is a privately separately by the teacher owned business-to- according to each business services group wording with its roots in or definition of the shipping – adjective student. clause B – Identify the following44. that contributed to its grammar rules success – adjective 1-10: Select the complete clause predicate in the following45. that has been founded sentences. for more than hundred 1. is the Shipping Division years – adjective clause of Bibby Line Group46. through the record it Limited. had achieved to itself – 2. is a privately-owned adjective clause business services group47. Because Bibby was placed with its roots in on the Government shipping. Approved list – 3. has built a strong adverbial clause reputation over 20048. that the government gave years for to Bibby – adjective professionalism, clause integrity and quality.49. Before growing into a 4. allows the Shipping shipping magnet – Division to respond adjective clause quickly to new50. although others may opportunities…Combined admit that they too with Bibby‟s financial deserve recognition – strength adverbial clause 5. is clear and aggressive.51. which is just one of the 6. aims to grow, diversify many Bibby companies – and further strengthen adjective clause its position in its chosen markets.School: ________________________________ Page 295 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE7. has the resources, and 22. Tiber…Arno particularly committed 23. Edward Harland employees, to deliver 24. He further growth and 25. ship prosperity to its 26-30: Select all appositives stakeholders. in the following sentences.8. aims to grow, diversify 26. Tiber…Arno and further strengthen 27. Braganza its position in chosen 28. the Bibby family market sectors… With a 29. the guiding force in the clear and aggressive fortunes of the Bibby strategy Line9. has a record of 30. Lancashire” and involvement in almost Yorkshire every aspect of marine 31-35: Below are six groups industry...Throughout of words and Phrases. Select its long and illustrious below to each group whether history the group is a clause or is10. has built an enviable no clause. reputation for safe and 31. (no clause) high quality operations, 32. (no clause) particularly 33. (no clause) specializing in niche 34. (a clause) shipping 35. (a clause) activities…Having owned, 36-42: Below are eight managed or operated all clauses. Select below each types of vessels, clause whether the clause is11-15: Select the simple an independent clause or apredicate in the following dependent clause.sentence. 36. (dependent clause)11. aims 37. (independent clause)12. has 38. (dependent clause)13. is 39. (independent clause)14. has survived 40. (dependent clause)15. are 41. (independent clause)16-20: Select the complete 42. (dependent clause)subject in the following 43-52: Below are listed tensentences. complex sentences. Do the16. There following: 1) Select the17. John Bibby dependent clause in each18. he sentence, and 2) select below19. He each sentence whether the20. a 540 ton sailing vessel dependent clause in the prior21-25: Select the simple sentence is used as ansubject in the following adverbial clause, adjectivesentences. clause, or as a noun clause.21. name 43. which is a privately-School: ________________________________ Page 296 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSE owned business-to- 53-80: Below are listed business services twelve sentences. Select group with its roots in whether the sentence is a shipping - (adjective simple, complex, compound or clause) a compound-complex sentence.44. Following an aggressive 53. complex strategy of 54. complex diversification in the 55. compound complex 1980s (adjective 56. complex clause) 57. complex45. that has been founded 58. simple for more than hundred 59. complex years 60. complex (adjective clause) 61. simple46. through the record it 62. complex had recorded to 63. complex itself(adjective 64. compound clause) 65. complex47. Because Bibby was 66. compound placed on the 67. simple „Government Approved‟ 68. compound list (Adverbial clause) 69. simple48. that the 70. simple government(Adjective 71. simple clause) 72. complex49. Before growing into a 73. compound complex Shipping magnet 74. compound (Adjective clause) 75. complex50. although others may 76. compound complex admit that they too 77. compound complex deserve recognition 78. complex (Adverbial clause) 79. compound complex51. (Adjective clause) 80. compound52. about the good news (Adverbial clause) -------School: ________________________________ Page 297 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSEREFERENCES:1. http://www.bibbyline.co.uk/2. http://auth.grolier.com/login/go_login_page.html?bffs=N3. http://www.canu.com.ph/4. http://iemelif.org/iSite09/index.php?accesscheck=%2Findex.php5. http://www.answers.com/topic/wikipedia6. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grammar8. http://wareseeker.com/free-english-lessons-mp3/9. http://www.scribd.com/doc10. IELTS Maximiser, J. Morillo, 200711. The 13 days of Call Centre Guide Modules, J. Morillo, 200912. http://www.mycounsel.us/maritimejobslinks.html13. Maritime English, J. Morillo, 200914. Using English Your Second Language, Second Edition, By Dorothy Danielson and Patricia Porter. Copyright 1973, 1990. Printed in USA.15. WordMaster, J. Morillo, 200916. College English for Today, Book 2, Revised Edition. Fernando, Habanna, Cinco. Copyright 1979, 1988. Printed by Philippine Graphic Arts, Inc.17. http://www2.gsu.edu/~wwwesl/egw/verbs.htm, irregular verbs ----------o0o----------School: ________________________________ Page 298 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSEAppendix 2 Commutation Table 1-10 1-15 1-20 1-25 1-30 1-35 1-40 1 55 1 53 1 53 1 52 1 52 1 51 1 51 2 53 2 53 2 60 2 57 2 55 2 54 2 53 3 54 3 65 3 60 3 58 3 56 3 55 3 54 4 55 4 70 4 63 4 60 4 58 4 57 4 56 5 56 6 58 5 75 5 67 5 63 5 60 5 58 5 57 7 59 6 80 6 70 6 65 6 62 6 60 6 59 8 60 7 85 7 73 7 68 7 64 7 62 7 60 9 61 10 63 8 90 8 77 8 70 8 66 8 63 8 61 11 64 9 95 9 80 9 73 9 68 9 65 9 63 12 65 10 100 10 83 10 75 10 70 10 67 10 64 13 66 14 68 11 87 11 78 11 72 11 68 11 66 15 69 12 90 12 80 12 74 12 70 12 67 16 70 13 69 17 71 13 93 13 83 13 76 13 72 18 73 14 97 14 85 14 78 14 73 14 70 19 74 15 100 15 88 15 80 15 75 15 71 20 75 16 73 21 76 16 90 16 82 16 77 22 78 17 93 17 84 17 78 17 74 23 79 18 95 18 86 18 80 18 76 24 80 19 77 25 81 19 98 19 88 19 82 26 83 20 100 20 90 20 83 20 79 27 84 21 92 21 85 21 80 28 85 22 81 29 86 22 94 22 87 30 88 23 96 23 88 23 83 31 89 24 98 24 90 24 84 32 90 33 91 25 100 25 92 25 86 34 93 26 93 26 87 35 94 27 95 27 89 36 95 37 96 28 97 28 90 38 98 29 98 29 91 39 99 30 100 30 93 40 100 31 94 32 96 33 97 34 99 35 100School: ________________________________ Page 299 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSEAppendix 2 Commutation Table 1-45 1-50 1-55 1-65 1-70 1 51 42 97 37 87 27 75 12 59 53 91 28 68 69 94 2 52 43 98 38 88 28 75 13 60 54 92 29 68 70 94 3 53 44 99 39 89 29 76 14 61 55 92 30 69 71 95 4 54 45 100 40 90 30 77 15 62 56 93 31 70 72 96 5 56 1 51 41 91 31 78 16 62 32 70 73 96 57 94 6 57 2 52 42 92 32 79 17 63 33 71 58 95 74 97 7 58 3 53 43 93 33 80 18 64 34 72 59 95 75 97 8 59 4 54 44 94 34 81 19 65 35 72 60 96 76 98 9 60 5 55 45 95 35 82 20 65 36 73 61 97 77 99 10 61 6 56 46 96 36 83 21 66 37 73 62 98 78 99 11 62 7 57 47 97 37 84 22 67 38 74 63 98 79 100 12 63 8 58 48 98 38 85 23 68 39 75 64 99 13 64 9 59 49 99 39 85 24 68 40 75 14 66 65 100 10 60 50 100 40 86 25 69 41 76 15 67 1 51 11 61 1 51 41 87 26 70 42 77 16 68 2 51 12 62 2 52 42 88 27 71 43 77 17 69 3 52 13 63 3 53 43 89 28 72 44 78 18 70 4 53 14 64 4 54 44 90 29 72 45 78 19 71 5 53 15 65 5 55 45 91 30 73 46 79 20 72 6 54 16 66 6 55 46 92 31 74 47 80 21 73 7 54 17 67 7 56 47 93 32 75 48 80 22 74 8 55 18 68 8 57 48 94 33 75 49 81 23 76 9 56 19 69 9 58 49 95 34 76 50 82 24 77 10 56 20 70 10 59 50 95 35 77 51 82 25 78 11 57 21 71 11 60 51 96 36 78 52 83 26 79 12 58 22 72 12 61 52 97 37 78 53 84 27 80 13 58 23 73 13 62 53 98 38 79 54 84 28 81 14 59 24 74 14 63 54 99 39 80 55 85 29 82 15 59 25 75 15 64 55 100 40 81 56 85 30 83 16 60 26 76 16 65 1 51 41 82 57 86 31 84 17 61 27 77 17 65 2 52 42 82 58 87 32 86 18 61 28 78 18 66 3 52 43 83 59 87 33 87 19 62 29 79 19 67 4 53 44 84 60 88 34 88 20 63 30 80 20 68 5 54 45 85 61 89 35 89 21 63 31 81 21 69 6 55 46 85 62 89 36 90 22 64 32 82 22 70 7 55 47 86 63 90 37 91 23 65 33 83 23 71 8 56 48 87 64 91 38 92 24 65 34 84 24 72 9 57 49 88 65 91 39 93 25 66 66 92 35 85 25 73 10 58 50 88 40 94 36 86 26 66 26 74 11 58 51 89 67 92 27 67 41 96 52 90 42 97S c 43 o o 98: _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ h l Page 300 44 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.) 99 45 100
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSEAppendix 4 Commutation Table 31 -100 1-120 1 51 36 68 71 86 1 50 41 67 81 84 2 51 37 69 72 86 2 51 42 68 82 84 3 52 38 69 73 87 3 51 43 68 83 85 4 52 39 70 74 87 4 52 44 68 84 85 5 53 40 70 75 88 5 52 45 69 85 85 6 53 41 71 76 88 6 53 46 69 86 86 7 54 42 71 77 89 7 53 47 70 87 86 8 54 78 89 8 53 48 70 88 87 43 72 9 55 79 90 9 54 49 70 89 87 44 72 10 55 80 90 10 54 50 71 90 88 45 73 11 56 81 91 11 55 51 71 91 88 46 73 12 56 82 91 12 55 52 72 92 88 47 74 13 57 83 92 13 55 53 72 93 89 48 74 14 57 84 92 14 56 54 73 94 89 49 75 15 58 85 93 15 56 55 73 95 90 50 75 16 58 86 93 16 57 56 73 96 90 51 76 17 59 87 94 17 57 57 74 97 90 52 76 18 59 88 94 18 58 58 74 98 91 19 60 53 77 89 95 19 58 59 75 99 91 20 60 54 77 90 95 20 58 60 75 100 92 21 61 55 78 91 96 21 59 61 75 101 92 22 61 56 78 92 96 22 59 62 76 102 93 23 62 57 79 93 97 23 60 63 76 103 93 24 62 58 79 94 97 24 60 64 77 104 93 25 63 59 80 95 98 25 60 65 77 105 94 26 63 60 80 96 98 26 61 66 78 106 94 27 64 61 81 97 99 27 61 67 78 107 95 28 64 62 81 98 99 28 62 68 78 108 95 29 65 63 82 99 100 29 62 69 79 109 95 30 65 64 82 100 100 30 63 70 79 110 96 31 66 65 83 31 63 71 80 111 96 32 66 66 83 32 63 72 80 112 97 33 67 67 84 33 64 73 80 113 97 34 67 34 64 74 81 114 98 68 84 35 68 35 65 75 81 115 98 69 85 36 65 76 82 116 98 70 85 37 65 77 82 117 99 38 66 78 83 118 99 39 66 79 83 119 100 40 67 80 83 120 100School: ________________________________ Page 301 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSEOfficial Form for Exercise No. DATE Score_____ NAMEBOOK SUPERVISES BY___W&P ___ Clause ___ VTVP ___ VFSP ___Teacher ___ Parent _____ OthersPAGE No. No. of Item: DAY TIMECOURSE SCHOOLNone ____ ESL ___ Others___________School: ________________________________ Page 302 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)
    • VOLUMES 1 AND 2 WPE/CPE JBM PUBLISHING HOUSESUMMARY OF GRADES FORMVOLUME 1: WORDS AND PHRASE EXERCISES CUMULATIVE TESTS SCORE GRADES 1 2 3 4FINAL ASSESSMENT TEST SCORE GRADESFOR – VOLUME I TOTAL: _______________VOLUME 2: CLAUSE PATTERN EXERCISES CUMULATIVE TESTS SCORE GRADES 1 2 3 4FINAL ASSESSMENT TEST SCORE GRADESFOR – VOLUME 2 TOTAL: _______________SUMMARY GRADES GRAND TOTAL (%)BOOK 1: VOLUME 1&2BOOK 2: VOLUME 3&4School: ________________________________ Page 303 English Grammar Workbook (Use pencil only for this book.)